Goodline is committed to providing an inclusive environment for all of our employees. We treat each other fairly and with respect regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation or age.
Our workforce consists of people with diverse cultures, backgrounds and skills and this diversity enriches our experience and knowledge.
We aim to attract and retain people who align with Goodline's values and actively contribute to the long-term success of the business.
Aboriginal and Indigenous Employees
Goodline recognises and respects the traditional owners of the land upon which our operations are located. We see traditional landowners as key stakeholders in our business.
The training and employment of local Indigenous people provides economic opportunities within these communities. Our focus is on long term employment for local Indigenous people for the betterment of these communities so that we can help close the gap between Indigenous and non-indigenous people.
Goodline is also committed to supporting these communities through training and education, community group support, business development and cultural awareness.