Sustainability 2013 report
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Promotion of the Project with Shared Values on a Global Scale ore than 1,000 personnel from a wide range of nationalities and cultural backgrounds are work ing on the Ichthys LNG Project in 18 offices around the world. As the Project expands on a global scale, efforts continue to be made to accommodate employees with diverse cultural backgrounds and values. Embracing diversity, mutual respect and collaboration are some of the most important INPEX corporate values. Being French and working in Australia on a project operated by a Japanese company is definitely a cultural challenge. It requires flexibility, curiosity, listening and a very open mind. It is also extremely interesting to learn about other cultures and working habits. I have never felt to be an outsider, and my colleagues are very interested to learn more about my country. (Marie-Alix du Laz, Corporate Social Responsibility Advisor, INPEX) Employee retention and career development are impor tant in supporting a rapidly growing company like INPEX, operating in a highly competitive industry. Career development programs have been introduced, including a leadership program to provide professional development for high potential employees as well as a study assistance program to support employees with educational initiatives. M Business activities and CSR Ichthys LNG Project Pre-employment training at the Larrakia Trade Training Centre Opening ceremony of the North Australian Centre for Oil and Gas Larrakia Trade Training Centre Ichthys LNG Project will start its production in the coming years and will operate for 40 years. INPEX will continue to fulfill its responsibility as an operator to carry out the Project that requires linkages between a corporate and the society at various levels and to contribute to the sustainable development of the communities. We trained some people last year and put them on the construction site and more than half of those went on to undertake their full apprenticeship training. It really does set them up for a wonderful career for the rest of their lives. V o i c e Stephen Balch, CEO at Advanced Training International Inc. which manages the Larrakia Trade Training Centre I started working for INPEX in December 2008 as a Human Resources Administrator. In the 4.5 years that I have been working here, INPEX has been very supportive in helping me grow in my role and giving me the opportunity to progress in my career. Through INPEX, I have completed Certificate IV in Human Resources and have been promoted to a Human Resources Officer. I feel like a valued employee and look forward to further growth within the business. Thank you, INPEX! V o i c e Janine Gebert, Human Resources Officer, INPEX 18 IN PEX C O RPO RA TIO N SU STA IN A BILITY REPO RT 2013
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