Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Civeo recognizes the importance of a diverse workforce represented by people from different backgrounds, experiences, and ways of looking at the world. At every level of the organization, our management team has the full support of our board of directors to advance diversity and inclusion initiatives across the business.
Equal Employment Opportunity and Anti-Discrimination Policy
Civeo is an equal opportunity employer that values the contribution of all our people. This means we are committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and potential employees in an environment free from all forms of unlawful discrimination.
We promote an inclusive workplace where differences such as a person’s sex, gender identity, age, ethnic background, disability, and religious or political beliefs are accepted and valued.
Furthermore, any employment decisions we make are based solely on merit according to the skills, qualifications, abilities, aptitudes, and performance of the employee concerned.
First Nations Engagement Policy
Civeo has a long and proud history of developing meaningful partnerships with First Nations peoples, organizations, and businesses, particularly in the communities in which we operate.
Through Civeo’s First Nations Engagement Policy, we aim to foster more effective engagement with First Nations peoples, organizations, and businesses in the following specific areas:
EmploymentTo develop initiatives to improve and increase First Nations employment outcomes and career pathways within our organization.
BusinessTo support Traditional Owner Groups to grow their businesses and assist with the development of their organizational capabilities.
ProcurementTo provide procurement pathways to increase supply opportunities for First-Nations-owned businesses.
CultureTo provide opportunities to build and maintain relationships between our employees and First Nations peoples by celebrating and participating in local and national events supporting Indigenous cultural and Truth and Reconciliation.