About AusCHS

Our People

Our people come from all over the world, with a broad diversity of educational and professional backgrounds—all bound by a shared passion for problem solving and a drive to have significant impact in the world.

Internal Training

Our people are our greatest asset and we place as much importance on their professional development as we do in the research and development of our products.

We aim to hire staff with the personal attitudes and professional skills that will enable them to develop a long-term career with AusCHS. That is why, from the floor to the top management, training at AusCHS is continuous.

Our approach to developing our people is based on the following:

Training and learning reflects the Company’s decentralised nature. Our employees are given the knowledge and tools they need to respond to needs and expectations of all clients.

We promote opportunities to develop skills that will enable people to move to different areas of the business.

We promote a common set of values that engender a AusCHS culture and spirit.

We focus on "on the job" training given by AusCHS people, not solely professional trainers. That means training is always relevant and our managers are both mentors and teachers, communicating knowledge as part of their daily routine.

Employee Engagement

At AusCHS, we know that our employees are the key to our success and that nothing can be achieved without their engagement. We also know that, to engage people at all levels across the organisation, we must provide information on our activities and on specific aspects of their work. Through open communication and active cooperation, we invite everyone to contribute to identifying and carrying out improvements to the way we do business.

As well as encouraging ongoing two-way communication through direct reporting lines and local initiatives, employees at all levels are invited to take part in regular employee surveys.


Our ambition is to provide continuous learning and talent management to help our employees develop and adapt their capabilities and career prospects in a rapidly changing world. In return, we expect our people to behave in a way that supports the following corporate principles: human rights in our business activities; leadership and personal responsibility; health and safety at work. The table below summarises our goals within each area of focus.

Priority Goals
Anti-corruption Never engage in offering or receiving any financial or other advantage in return for preferential treatment or influence over decision makers.
Human rights Fully support the United National Framework and Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and provide an example of good human rights and labour practices throughout our business activities.
Labour practices Foster a culture based on values of trust, mutual respect and dialogue, and work together to create and maintain positive individual and collective relationships throughout our operations.
Training and learning Provide continuous development and training for everyone from the factory floor to top management.
Workplace wellness Provide workplace wellness programmes across the business to support a healthy workforce.
Diversity Treat each other with respect and dignity and expect everyone to promote a sense of personal responsibility. Provide equal opportunities and do not tolerate any form of discrimination.
Health and safety Prevent all accidents, injuries and illnesses related to work, and protect employees, contractors and others involved along the value chain.
Employee engagement Invite everyone to contribute to identifying and carrying out improvements to the way we do business.