BCL faces war of talent

SELEBI-PHIKWE: BCL mine is facing a major challenge of war for talent as emerging underground mines have turned to BCL for their workforce needs, board chairman Dr Akolang Tombale has said.

Addressing the media recently, Tombale said it is no secret that BCL is the only mine with underground mining skills making it a target for new entrants (underground mines). He said the mine endeavors to attract and retain the right staff in order to enhance business continuity and sustainability but war of talent is a major challenge.

“As other industry players, we continue to face challenges is resourcing for our needs due to shortage of skills in the industry,” he said.

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