Join as an Employer

Miners’ Promise offers a range of partnerships to meet the needs of all companies in the resources sector.

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1. Become a Promoting Employer Partner

Our Promoting Employer partnership is purely promotional and simply involves promoting Miners’ Promise membership to your employees and processing their membership fees as a salary deduction. Many organisations in the resources sector partner with Miners’ Promise in this way.

2. Become a Contributing Employer Partner

We enjoy a number of mutually beneficial relationships with employers who contribute to Miners’ Promise on behalf of their employees as, “Contributing Employers”.

As a Contributing Employer you simply pay the membership fees on behalf of your employees as part of their employee benefits package. This provides all your employees with access to Miners’ Promise support and assistance when they need it most.

As a participating employer we also work with you to ensure our service compliments your current Employee Assistance Program and encourage your Human Resources department to use our expertise.

3. Become a Fee For Service Partner

Our Fee For Service partnership provides all your employees with access to Miners’ Promise support when they need it. You, the employer, pay a small annual retainer (based on employee numbers) and only pay for our services when crisis occurs and your employees need our help.

Our Core Services

The central most important service we provide is to support individuals and/or their families following a significant crisis event including death – whether this happens at work or at home. When this happens, Miners’ Promise is on hand to provide an individual or their family with practical support, where an employer may not be able to. This could include liaising with funeral directors and other service providers. We can also act as the key liaison with you, as the employer on behalf of the individual or their family.

Other Services

We are also here to help our members find the right professionals when they may not know where to start with common types of services requested including:

  • Making a Will;
  • Legal assistance;
  • Counseling services; and
  • Domestic/household services.