WORKFORCE

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The Windfall team is proud to mark 1 million metres drilled.

Osisko Mining provides a meaningful livelihood to our employees, our success relies on an engaged workforce who support our values and share our corporate culture.

  • We strive to offer a dynamic, welcoming, safe and inclusive environment.
  • We offer fair pay and benefits to attract and retain the best talent.
  • We acknowledge our employees’ achievements and provide rewarding opportunities for development.
  • We foster and continuously improve an exemplary organizational culture.

To learn more about our commitments, consult our Human Resources Policy.

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Human Resources Team

 Human Resources Director

 Human Resources Advisor

 First Nations Human Resource Facilitator

2019 HIGHLIGHTS

166 employees
35% of female employees
23 of our employees are First Nations
37% of our workforce live in Nord-du- Québec and Abitibi-Témiscamingue
100% of our workforce live in Canada

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

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Waswanipi community members work on the archaeological survey.

We are committed to promoting a respectful, diverse and inclusive workplace and implementing practices to ensure every individual has an equal opportunity to evolve according to their skills.

The diversity of our workforce is a strength and helps us succeed by bringing together varied experiences, backgrounds, skills and viewpoints.

We strive to create the conditions for greater inclusion within our leadership and workforce and eliminating barriers that impact First Nation workers.

EMPLOYEE DIVERSITY – DECEMBER 2019

Total Employees - 166 Women – 58

35%

men – 108

65%

Total Management - 7 Women and
gender Queer – 3

43%

men – 4

57%

Total Supervisors - 28 Women – 11

39%

men – 17

61%

Total Others - 131 Women – 44

34%

men – 87

66%

EMPHASIS ON LOCAL EMPLOYMENT

Workforce – Arnold Neeposh@2x
Arnold Neeposh has worked on the Windfall Project since 2016.

We work with our First Nations partners and local communities to ensure local employment.

We believe the Windfall Project should benefit people living in the region and we have developed a process to support hiring local people.

Windfall Project – Employees by Host Communities – DECEMBER 2019

Total Employees - 117 FIRST NATIONS – 23

20%

Nord-du-Québec – 5

4%

Abitibi-
Téminscamingue – 24

20%

Québec
(other
regions) – 63

54%

Ontario – 2

2%

EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT

Workforce – Mouloud Boukert@2x
“I have witnessed the Windfall Project evolving since 2016. I believe the success of Windfall comes from the proactive contribution of everyone. We have a group of workers motivated to make Windfall the gold star of mining exploration projects in the industry and I am extremely proud to be part of this team." Mouloud Boukert, Coreshack supervisor

By sharing best practices and training, we give employees the opportunity to upgrade their technical knowledge, skills and competency.

We emphasize health and safety training and offer leadership training to improve the leadership skills of our supervisors.

To make sure we have the right people in the right positions, we conduct an annual standardized performance review for all employees. This helps us identify employee strengths, assess and address difficulties, and plan personalized development.

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Find out more

Human Resources Policy

May 4, 2020

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Code of Business Conduct and Ethics

April 29, 2016

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2019 – Sustainable Development Report

June 18, 2020

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2019 – SD Report Supplement – Supplément du rapport DD 2019 – Tableaux ESG Tables

June 17, 2020

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Harry Grant, Water Treatment Operator, is happy to explain his role in the Windfall Project to local entrepreneurs, July 2019.

REMOVING UNNECESSARY BARRIERS FOR MORE INCLUSION – WATER TREATMENT OPERATORS

Post date: June 18, 2020

Our culture is shaped by innovative thinking and practices that redefine the way we manage our activities. We constantly question our way of doing things. This led us to review our selection criteria when hiring new operators for the water treatment unit. Removing unnecessary barriers – such as a high…

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Date posted: March 15, 2018

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