1. Rio Tinto Admits ‘Systemic’ Bullying and Sexual Assaults

    Rio Tinto Admits ‘Systemic’ Bullying and Sexual Assaults

    Rio Tinto has revealed that 21 women have been raped or sexually assaulted at its sites over the last five years in a damning report that admitted “systemic” bullying, harassment and racism at the company. An external review of the FTSE 100 miner found more ...

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    1. The findings of this report are deeply disturbing to me and should be to everyone who reads them. I offer my heartfelt apology to every team member, past or present, who has suffered as a result of these behaviours. This is not the kind of company we want to be.
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