Our Perth team provides environmental services ranging from approvals and compliance, hydrological sciences, and rehabilitation and ecology, through to mine closure and geoscience. They also have a gender-diverse workforce. We put our Perth office under the gender microscope to uncover how they achieved and maintain their flexible and inclusive culture. Read this case study led by our team in Australia.
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