Freeport Indonesia is committed to ensuring that our activities are carried out in accordance with the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the laws and regulations of Indonesia, and the cultures of the native communities where we operate. Until 2010, our employees numbered around 22,000 people, of whom 30% are native Papuans.

We provide the opportunity for employees to grow according to each and everyone’s capabilities in order to allow them to occupy certain levels. It is why we perform at our best when we are supported by employees whom are equally committed to reaching success.