Equal Opportunity

  • We are committed to the philosophy and principle of equal employment opportunity for all present and prospective employees
  • We support employee skill development through formal and on-the-job training into specialized and leadership roles

We believe all individuals who have the necessary qualifications should have an equal opportunity to compete for employment and advancement. We are committed to the philosophy and principle of equal employment opportunity for all present and prospective employees.  We promote from within, supporting employee skill development through formal and on-the-job training into specialized and leadership roles. As a result, many of our employees have built their careers with us over decades.

See more information about our promote-from-within culture and commitment to a doverse workforce.

GRI Standards Index 405 - Diversity and Equal Opportunity

In keeping with our commitment to human rights, our aim is to afford all individuals who have the necessary qualifications an equal opportunity to compete for employment and advancement.  We are committed to the philosophy and principle of equal employment opportunity for all present and prospective employees.

See our Code of Conduct, section 5. Human Rights, Discrimination and Harassment

GRI Standards Index 406 - Non-Discrimination

Our objective is to provide every employee with a work environment that is free of discrimination and harassment based on gender, race, colour, national origin, age, religion, marital status, disability or sexual orientation. We train managers so they can maintain a harassment, discrimination and violence-free workplace. We expect our managers to promptly address concerns raised through complaints in a timely and effective manner. Our Bullying and Harassment policy applies to all employees as well as contractors, consultants, and visitors on West Fraser premises, or which are connected to the workplace and during any employment-related duties or activities, including conferences, training sessions, travel and social functions.

See our Code of Conduct, section 5. Human Rights, Discrimination and Harassment