FINDINGS: Researchers Anthony Joy and Alexandra Wells (pictured) have found FIFO women need more on-site support from both managers and peers, while Barrick’s Julie Shuttleworth says FIFO work is no different for women than men. Photo: Annaiiese McDonough

Managers’ support key for FIFO women

RETAINING female fly-in, fly-out workers isn’t as simple as offering flexible rosters, with new research showing positive relationships with managers and opportunities for social interaction are of paramount importance.


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