Celebrating a diverse NSW mining industry

March 29, 2017

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In the lead up to the NSW 2017 Women in Mining Awards, super fund Mine Wealth + Wellbeing (Mine) shares why they value a diverse mining industry.
 
For the past 75 years, Mine has been looking after the retirement outcomes of miners and their families. According to Mine Director Christina Langby, the fund has seen the mining and super industries evolve over time to embrace the benefits of a diverse workforce.
 
“As a super fund, our enduring purpose is to deliver an exceptional retirement for all members. We support and recognise the valuable contribution made by women to the NSW mining community and encourage the industry to be proactive in attracting women into the industry,” Christina said.
 
“I personally support and encourage women to increase their representation in the industry. The awards are a great opportunity to recognise the women and businesses whose hard work and achievements keep NSW mining strong, and celebrate their success. We will all benefit from a diverse workforce representing a broad range of skills.”

 
About the NSW Women in Mining Awards

The NSW Women in Mining Awards are open to individuals working in the NSW minerals industry including mining operators, exploration companies and supplier businesses. Winners will be announced at the Industry and Suppliers Awards Dinner at NSW Parliament House in Sydney on Thursday 6 April 2017.

 
About Mine
 
Mine is a profit to members, public offer fund dedicated to serving the retirement needs of all Australians. Mine employs over 200 staff and manages $9.75 billion in funds for approximately 66,000 members.
 
Mine has been recognised by SuperRatings with 10 year Platinum performance for its pension product and 7 year Platinum performance for its super product. It has also received the Chant West Five Apples rating for super and pension in 2017.

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