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Gold Fields releases 'deeply concerning' results of culture review

Global gold producer commits to pursuing recommendations

 Gold Fields interim CEO Martin Preece in Perth

Gold Fields interim CEO Martin Preece in Perth

The gold miner commissioned Elizabeth Broderick & Co, which conducted Rio Tinto's similar review last year, as part of its increased focus on psychological safety and culture. Gold Fields has 6300 employees...

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