Furthermore Mr Davis believes that this proposal will attract the desired of workforce to Eco Exploration in the future, and encourage many to stay and renew their employment contracts with the company. For Eco Exploration this proposal requires no short-term capital investment as the scheme is not scheduled to commence until 2015. It does however, in the medium term, provide an incentive for those who have families and seek a sustainable dependable income, to work for the company. The details of specific eligibility criterion are to be published closer to the schemes' start date once all details have been finalised.
Most importantly for the shareholders of Eco Exploration, the company will be able to minimise the costs of repeatedly training new staff, meaning the retained workforce is highly skilled, and crucially more economical as Eco Exploration grows as a company.
“Even at these early stages we believe this proposal will attract forward thinking staff to Eco Exploration during our period of expansion. Maintaining a long term work force in any industry can be difficult, so we're fortunate in that we can provide sustainable employment for such a large number of people.” Mr Andrew Davis, C.E.O.
At this early stage the proposal requires a great deal of planning and preparation, thus Eco Exploration cannot divulge exact details yet, although Mr Davis has said this information will be made available to the public in due course.
About Eco Exploration
Eco Exploration works hard to maintain a reputation as a socially responsible minerals exploration company, both within the mining industry and within the local communities in which we work. The company implements mutually beneficial policies within local communities, to ensure that people within the localities we work in can benefit from our presence; and to ensure the company is operated in a sustainable manner.