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  • Workforce of the Future Workshop Outcomes

    The focus of the GMG Workforce of the Future workshops on June 25th and July 8th of 2020 was to define challenges and strategies regarding the changing nature of jobs, skills shifts, and community, social, and environmental impacts as the mining industry undergoes technological changes…

  • Publication of Advancing Employee Engagement in Mining: Insights from the 2019 MECA Symposium

    Employee engagement and soft skills have never been more important for the mining industry. A number of converging factors are changing the industry such as advanced digital technologies, emerging generations with different priorities around work, and increased social and environmental awareness. All of these changes affect the workforce, sometimes introducing new challenges, while also offering new opportunities around employee engagement…

  • Global Mining Guidelines Group's blog

    Between the Guidelines: People and Autonomous Mining

    An essential part of developing a business case for implementing autonomous systems in mining is to ask: how will this affect our social license to operate? This immense change will affect the workforce and the surrounding community. This important consideration is a thread throughout the GMG Guideline for the Implementation of Autonomous Systems in Mining…

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