Our sustainability strategy defines our objectives for the continuous improvement of diversity and working relationships in our companies. In 2019, we implemented a broad engagement with staff and external stakeholders to identify and prioritize global trends and issues and define a new sustainability strategy, including new goals for diversity and staff relations. We do not tolerate any form of retaliation against employees who express concerns. Any allegations of harassment or intimidation by others resulting from contact with the hotline or any other investigation into ethical or safety issues will be investigated and, if necessary, appropriate disciplinary measures, including termination, will be considered. Investor Contact: Fraser Phillips Senior Vice President, Investor Relations and Strategic Analysis 604.699.4621 email@example.com On April 20, Teck Resources Ltd. announced a new five-year collective agreement, ratified by the staff of its Line Creek Operations. Teck`s Inclusion and Diversity Policy was developed by the Senior Executive Diversity Committee and was supported by our Board of Directors and senior management team. The Directive reflects our commitment to promoting and promoting an inclusive and diverse workforce. Our focus on inclusion and diversity is in line with our company`s core values: integrity, respect, safety and courage. This is also reflected in our Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct. Teck`s Global Harassment Directive outlines Teck`s requirement that the work environment be free from discrimination, including harassment and sexual harassment, as well as procedures for reporting and investigating complaints. Vancouver, B.C. – Teck Resources Limited (TSX: TECK.
A and TECK. B, NYSE: TECK (“Teck”) announced today that the Teck Carmen de Andacollo union, which represents 473 employees of Teck Carmen de Andacollo Operations (CdA) in Chile, has ratified a new 36-month collective agreement. The benefits of the agreement will enter into force on 5 December 2019 and CoA`s activities have resumed. In 2019, 28% of total hires (219) were women. . . .