One of Odebrecht's key pillars is supporting the development of new generations, which creates growth and advancement opportunities for professionals starting their career. This week, around 84 young professionals from all the Businesses and auxiliary companies of the Odebrecht Group gathered in São Paulo to share experiences, strengthen the culture and discuss strategic and transversal topics of the Odebrecht Group.
The event also introduced the young professionals to the various areas at Odebrecht and featured presentations on topics such as the holding company’s role, the effort to rebuild the Group’s image and reputation, the construction of the future, the practice of the Odebrecht Entrepreneurial Technology (TEO), the business plan of Odebrecht Engineering & Construction and personal financial planning.
One of the meeting's most interesting moments was the rounds of dialogue in which the young team members could chat informally with the Group’s leaders about a variety of topics, such as innovation, sustainable development, communication, compliance, careers, the future of work and more.
“We are people who teach, learn and relearn. We value diversity and act ethically, with integrity and transparency,” said Daniel Villar, People, Communication and Sustainability Officer at Odebrecht S.A., when highlighting the Odebrecht Entrepreneurial Technology (TEO) and the commitment undertaken by the Group to adopt good practices in governance, compliance and sustainability.
Today, around 1,600 young professionals age 29 or less work in the Odebrecht Group’s Businesses, auxiliary companies and the Odebrecht Foundation.