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About us
Anglo American is one of the world’s largest mining companies. It is headquartered in the UK and listed on the London and Johannesburg stock exchanges. Our portfolio of mining businesses meets our customers' changing needs and spans bulk commodities: iron ore and manganese, metallurgical coal and thermal coal, base metals and minerals – copper, nickel, – more... and precious metals and minerals (in which we are a global leader in both platinum and diamonds).
Our metals are the essential ingredients in smartphones, electric cars and wind turbines, while also purifying traditional vehicle and other emissions. Our basic materials build our homes, offices, railways and airports; and our diamonds fulfil your dreams. Simply put, our products move the world towards a more sustainable future


At Anglo American, we are working to make this future a reality – combining integrity, creativity and smart innovation, with the utmost consideration for our people, their families, local communities, our customers and the world at large – to better connect the resources in the ground to the people who need and value them.
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What is it like to work at Anglo American?

4.0
Work/Life Balance
4.0
Salary/Benefits
3.8
Job Security/Advancement
3.9
Management
4.1
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Anglo American?

Picture of Mark Cutifani, Anglo American CEO, CEO of Anglo American
93%
of employees approve of Mark Cutifani, Anglo American CEO’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 482 ratings
1.0
Marketing Finance (Singapore) - Financial Reporting Analyst
Written by Financial Reporting Analyst (Current Employee) from Singapore on March 8, 2020
High work pressure, no recognition
Superficial management (all talk no action)

Career progression as Sg local is next to Impossible

Pay is average , other benefits are good (medical eg), still high turnover

Managers address no issues you have just console you at the most

Culture is not good
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