Diversity

Iluka seeks to attract and retain the best people while building a diverse, sustainable and high-achieving workforce - one that reflects our communities.

Iluka's People Policy and Diversity Standard underpin the company's approach to diversity. The company's managing director chairs the Diversity Committee which facilitates diversity awareness practices and the integration of workplace diversity principles into Iluka's activities and people management 

Diversity objectives

The company has established numerical measurable objectives for gender diversity and indigenous employment. In alignment with its Corporate Plan, Iluka strives to achieve 30 per cent gender diversity and 8% indigenous employment. 

Iluka submits an annual public report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. Under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 Iluka is required to provide a report to the agency against a standard set of Gender Equality Indications (GEIs), covering the gender composition of our workforce and board, remuneration between women and men, availability and utilisation of employment terms, conditions and practices relating to flexible work arrangements and other policies and practices that support gender equality in the workplace.

This information is then used to establish national public benchmarks against industry and will assist Iluka to identify areas of best practice and for improvement. A copy of this report is available below.