We spend around one third of our life at work, so it makes sense to choose a working environment where we feel content, supported and part of a community. Here are the top 6 reasons why GAC is an amazing company to work for. 1. Get Experience Working for a small organisation means that you
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We believe that our employees deserve the best managers and that our managers deserve the best employees. We also believe in teamwork and in building a strong and resilient company that will strive for generations to come. We believe in making a real and positive long-lasting impact in the world around us. We believe in being the best we can be.
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What "Je suis GAC" means to us
We’re special… Seriously, we really are!!! We think differently, we do things differently, and we are proud to be different. We are action-oriented, result-driven, a tiny bit overachievers, and always delivering on our differences. And we even have a t-shirt that says so.
Only the best can get a “Je suis GAC” t-shirt!
GAC employees sharing their work experience
Working at GAC is challenging and rewarding because employees are valued. We provide our employees with more than just good compensation and benefits, we provide our employees with opportunities to shine and develop themselves and be the best they can be.
Women in Mining… Why Not?
While mining industry has long been a male-dominated sector, strides forward are being made to promote greater inclusion of women. Mining companies around the world are increasingly seeing women in senior leadership roles and working at the site level, but there is still work to be done to ensure that their meaningful participation in the
Working for GAC Community Relations’ team
Community relations refers to the various methods GAC uses to establish and maintain a mutually beneficial relationship with the communities in which we operate. Building local community relationships can be the most important communication activity undertaken by an organisation, yet it is often overlooked. In today’s environment of public suspicion, gaining and maintaining public consent