Survey of Aboriginal Former Employees and Trainees of Argyle Diamond Mine
This report documents a study of Aboriginal employees, apprentices and trainees who were formerly associated with Argyle Diamond Mine (ADM). Two main objectives of the study were to: (1) collect information about what the former employees, apprentices and trainees have been doing since leaving Argyle, and (2) use this information to assess the effectiveness of Argyle’s training program to the development of human capital in the East Kimberley region.
The specific aims of this project were to:
- collect information about what the former employees (apprentices and
trainees) have been doing since leaving Argyle;
- use this information to assess the effectiveness of training programs and
to track their contribution to the development of human capital in the
- make recommendations, based on the findings, to assist in the design of
workplace retention strategies.