CIMIC Group is a collaboration of around 24,000 individuals in around 20 countries. Each person brings their own story, experience and perspective to their job and this diversity of thought, capability and skill makes our business stronger.
Our differences, supported by inclusive and respectful workplaces where everyone can contribute their best, significantly expand our potential to innovate and improve operational performance, productivity and safety.
We recognise these advantages are strongest when our workforces reflect the diverse communities in which we work; and these diverse communities provide a valuable source of talent.
CIMIC Group respects the dignity, human rights and wellbeing of all our people, and the communities in which we operate. We also acknowledge and respect the connection of Indigenous peoples to the land.
We reject any form of modern slavery, including human trafficking, forced or bonded labour and child labour, and undertake due diligence activities to identify, address, mitigate and prevent human rights impacts from our operations and supply chain through our procurement practices and contractual arrangements.
Our Code of Conduct
and policies contain our commitment to human rights.
We respect the rights of our employees to freely associate and collectively bargain. We aim to fairly, consultatively and constructively engage with workers, union representatives and regulators.