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For Odebrecht Agroindustrial, the success of its business is directly related to the skill and the engagement of its members.

The Company believes that, before investing in machines, it is necessary to invest in human beings, the most important factor in productivity. To this end, it adopts initiatives and policies that bring real benefits to people in the organization, as well as promoting their personal and occupational development. Its actions are based on ethical and moral values that are widely publicized and clearly set out in the Code of Ethical Conduct.

The policy and practices of the People & Organization (P&O) department follow the guidelines and the philosophy established by the Odebrecht Entrepreneurial Technology (TEO). The TEO respect its people’s willingness to serve, their capacity and wish to evolve, and their desire to achieve more. It also provides for a process of planned delegation, based on trust and partnership between leaders and followers.

The TEO ensures that members across different businesses, countries and cultural contexts share the same methods of analyzing and acting, thus enabling the Company to meet customer needs, add value to shareholders’ equity, reinvest profits and grow across different business segments.

Odebrecht Business Technology 

 

The fundamental principles of the TEO establish the cultural and ethical values to be complied by all the Organização Odebrecht companies when conducting business. They are:

  • Trust in people, and in their ability and ambition to evolve;
  • Client satisfaction, serving them with an emphasis on quality, productivity, and social and environmental responsibility;
  • Return for shareholders, and valuing their equity;
  • Partnerships with members, who engage in planning and executing their work and the results they generate;
  • People’s self-development, – especially through Education for Work, thus ensuring the organization’s survival, growth and perpetuity;
  • Reinvestment of profits, to create new employment opportunities and develop local communities.

 

All members of the organization have the duty of advocating these principles that comprise the essence of the shareholders’ intangible assets. However, these ethical and cultural references should not hamper the initiative and creativity of the professionals. On the contrary, they should enhance the individual’s capacity to act within the organization.

 

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