Senex strives to achieve a collaborative and values-led culture through effective employee attraction, development, engagement and retention, and diversity within its workforce.
Senex offers a learning and development framework. This framework includes in-house learning and on the job experience, mentoring, and lunch and learn sessions, as well as external learning such as conferences and study assistance. The framework provides a multifaceted approach to upskilling and professional development for our people.
Senex provides a healthy and active workplace with initiatives such as company-supported fun runs, end of trip facilities, discounted gym memberships, flu vaccinations and an annual health and wellbeing benefit.
Senex was a founding member of the Onshore Petroleum School of Excellence (OPCE) initiative, led by the South Australian State Government, a training facility supporting the specialised skills required for the onshore oil and gas industry.
Senex has a diverse workforce and applies key principles of its Diversity Policy to recruitment and workforce planning. Key characteristics of the Senex team in the 2017 financial year include:
- 23% originate from 20 countries outside Australia;
- Average age is 40; and
- 30% of managers are female.
The Senex Board has endorsed a number of objectives relating to diversity and the Senex workplace, which are outlined in the latest Sustainability Review.
In accordance with the requirement of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (WGE Act), Senex lodged its annual compliance report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. The following Workplace Profile shows the gender composition of Senex’s workforce and is publicly available through the Agency.