Our businesses produce several socio-economic impacts on society. Among the positive socio-economic impacts, we can highlight the generation of taxes, royalties, and special holdings, the generation of jobs, the availability of energy for the economic and social development of the country and the implementation of a wide portfolio of socio-environmental projects, in addition to other contributions to society
Our human capital is one of the pillars of sustainable growth for our businesses. We care about the health and well-being of our employees, and encourage results-oriented behavior, rewarding people for achieving goals, paying them differently for delivery, and contributing to the attraction and retention of talent, in a strategy to foster meritocracy.
Therefore, in the Social dimension, we present two chapters that discuss our material topics: Safety and Commitment to Life and Socio-Economic Impacts. It also includes the topics of People Management and Human Rights, with the aim of broadly answering the main questions and concerns of our stakeholders.
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