Benefits, services, and programs listed below represent those offered to eligible US employees of Nutrien. You can find more information about working at Nutrien by visiting https://www.nutrien.com/careers.
Diversity Nudges are available to remind leaders about unconscious bias and tools are provided to mitigate it. Diversity touchpoints are built into the recruitment process. Diverse candidate slates in key roles including: Technology, Engineering, Leadership, Supply Chain and Trade.
Nutrien provides Managing Unconscious Bias sessions led by Nutrien's Senior Advisor, Diversity & Inclusion. In addition, in house programs are available by request to employees with both in-person & virtual options available.
Nutrien supports networking for our employees in a multitude of ways.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are an important component of our efforts to drive and support diversity and inclusion activities. ERGs are voluntary, employee-led D&I efforts designed to serve under-represented employee groups and create a more inclusive workplace. ERGs offer valuable insights on identifying and removing barriers and biases and support efforts to attract, develop and engage top talent.
ERGs provide opportunities for employees to develop and showcase their skills, network outside of their functional area, receive mentorship and become known within the organization.
Below are the current groups:
- Women in Non-Traditional Environments and Roles (WINTER) (2 Employee Resource Groups (Women in Nutrien & Women in Non-Traditional Environments & Roles))
- Nutrien Academy – targeted learning & development program
Additionally, Nutrien has an employee volunteer program.
Nutrien recognizes that employees can make a meaningful and memorable difference in communities through their volunteering contributions. The Employee Volunteer Program allows qualifying employees to give back to our communities through initiatives that support the Company’s Purpose: Grow our World from the Ground Up. The intention is for employees to volunteer with charitable or non-profit organizations on behalf of Nutrien, if they choose.
Qualifying Employees: The Employee Volunteer Program applies to all Nutrien employees (full-time, part-time and interns) not covered by a collective bargaining agreement. Employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement are not eligible for the program unless this Employee Volunteer Program is included. Seasonal and summer employees are ineligible.
a formal program is currently in development, however, we invest in programs such as Women in Non-Traditional Environments and Roles (WINTER).
The aim of WINTER is to cultivate an inclusive environment that supports women to advance their skills and leadership through connection, mentorship, collaboration, and discussion. WINTER is specific to women who work in underground and mill positions at our potash sites and in non-traditional environments, such as plant sites, for Nitrogen & Phosphate.
By supporting women in technical or non-traditional environments, WINTER acts as a trusted and influential advisor to HR and our leadership on workplace issues, opportunities and solutions. The group is dedicated to making Nutrien a great place to work for women by empowering members to develop leadership skills, grow their networks and seize growth opportunities.
WINTER plays a key role in driving cultural change here at Nutrien. By providing a strong network for communication and a platform for honest dialogue, we are breaking down barriers while supporting members to affect change in our workplaces and for individuals to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Nutrien’s Human Resources Advisors provide support related to:
Employee Relations & Coaching
Learning & Development
HR policy interpretation & consultation
Eligible employees who are new parents including mothers, fathers, adoptive parents and parents via surrogacy with a new child born, placed for adoption or being cared for via foster care on or after the effective date of this policy, are eligible for Parental Leave.
Nutrien recognizes the unique challenge new families are faced with when integrating work and life’s new demands. We also recognize the importance and value of bonding with a new family member. With this in mind, we provide a period of paid leave for primary and secondary caregivers that allows new parents to build that relationship, without a loss in pay. This Policy applies to regular full-time employees unless covered by a collective bargaining agreement. Eligible employees who are new parents including mothers, fathers, adoptive parents and parents via surrogacy with a new child born, placed for adoption or being cared for via foster care on or after the effective date of this policy, are eligible for Parental Leave. This Policy will replace and supersede any existing or legacy policies and procedures related to parental leave as they pertained to non-union employees. This Policy shall be subject to any relevant legislation and to the extent that this Policy is inconsistent with any relevant legislation the provisions of the legislation will prevail.
The Primary Caregiver is eligible for 4 weeks (160 hours) of continuous leave at 100% of their weekly Pre-Leave Earnings. The Secondary Caregiver is eligible for 2 weeks (80 hours) of continuous leave at 100% of their weekly PreLeave Earnings. The employee will not receive more than a 4-week (Primary Caregiver) or 2-week (Secondary Caregiver) leave in a rolling 12-month period, regardless of whether or not there is more than one birth, adoption or foster event within a 12-month time frame. In the event of a female employee who herself has given birth; the parental leave may be used after exhausting any applicable short-term disability provided to the employee for the employee’s own medical recovery following childbirth.
infertility diagnostic services are covered. Infertility treatment services are limited to a maximum benefit of $40,000 in and out of network combined. Fertility drugs also covered and included in the maximum benefit.
while Nutrien doesn't offer onsite childcare, childcare reimbursement is available as well as EFAP assistance.
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