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EMPLOYEE TURNOVER

Employee turnover at LHM and KM is presented in Tables 16 and 17, respectively.

Table 16 New Employee Hires

New Employee Hires

 

 

LHM

KM

Number

As % of Total Full Time Employees

Number

As % of Total Full Time Employees

Gender

 

2015/2016

2014/2015

2015/2016

2014/2015

2015/2016

2014/2015

2015/2016

2014/2015

Male

83

72

23.05

20.9

45

46

25.28

21.4

Female

11

9

3.06

2.6

8

3

4.49

1.4

Total

94

81[30]

26.11

23.5

53

49

29.77

22.8

Age

<30 years
of age

43

54

11.44

15.7

21

7

11.79

3.3

 

30–50 years of age

41

25

11.39

7.2

31

39

17.41

18.1

>50 years of age

10

2

2.77

0.6

1

3

0.57

1.4

Total

94

81

26.11

23.5

53

49

29.77

22.8

Region

Local[31]

71

72

19.72

20.9

28

16

15.73

7.4

National[32]

-

-

-

-

25

25

14.04

11.6

International

23

9

6.39

2.6

0

8

0

3.8

Total

94

81

26.11

23.5

53

49

29.77

22.8

 

Table 17. Employees Leaving

Employee Leaving Employment

 

 

LHM

KM

Number

As % of Total Full Time Employees

Number

As % of Total Full Time Employees

Gender

 

2015/2016

2014/2015

2015/2016

2014/2015

2015/2016

2014/2015

2015/2016

2014/2015

Male

73

55

20.65

16.0

93

58

36.93

27.0

Female

12

7

3.39

2.0

18

3

7.15

1.4

Total

85

62

24.04

18.0

111

61

44.08

28.4

Age

<30 years
of age

28

17

7.92

4.9

25

8

9.93

3.7

 

30–50 years of age

51

42

14.42

12.2

69

37

27.4

17.2

>50 years of age

6

3

1.70

0.9

17

16

6.75

7.5

Total

85

62

24.04

18.0

111

61

44.08

28.4

Region

Local[33]

82

61

23.19

17.7

59

31

23.43

14.4

National[34]

-

-

-

-

36

16

14.30

7.5

International

3

1

0.85

0.3

16

14

6.35

6.5

Total

85

62

24.04

18.0

111

61

44.08

28.4

                 

 

LHUPL and PAL both undertook exit interviews with those leaving the Company to determine the factors contributing to voluntary turnover. At LHM the main reasons noted by those leaving were for employment at a nearby mine site.

With KM on care and maintenance, the focus has been on continuing to adapt the workforce and operations to this change. The care and maintenance organisational structure was further reviewed during the reporting period which resulted in further decreases to both the national and expatriate employee numbers. At the end of the reporting period there were 163 full time and 6 part time national employees, of which 79 are within the site security team, and 9 expatriates remain. Turnover has increased with the rolling 12 month total turnover for national employees sitting at 24.04%.

Turnover at LHM during the reporting period was high at 44.08% due to the continued employment competition from a competing nearby mine

 


[30] On site Paladin employees included
[31] Local/National workforce combined for LMH
[32] Included in local workforce for LHM
[33] Local/National workforce combined for LMH
[34] Included in local workforce for LMH

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