Dana Energy collaborates with top national higher education institutes and universities to attract and retain exceptional talents with a career-oriented approach through the Bavar scheme. This scheme creates a talent pipeline underpinned by our trust in capabilities, passion and knowledge of fresh graduates that can be cherished and flourished at Dana Energy. Certain initiatives have also been put in place to prioritize and advance job meaningfulness as well as the development of employees. This approach will construct a platform for progress and facilitate the creation of next generation leaders from within the company.
Dana Energy makes investments in human resources for a purposeful long-term career. Our business thrives on people development through which employees can acquire the vital competencies and skills to undertake higher levels of duties and job complexities. Dana Energy has financially invested on training and educational purposes during 2022, consisting of 255 online or in-person courses and trainings making up a total of 34,595.5 hours spent on elevating the skills and knowledge of our employees which directly reinforces the success of our business. On the other hand, an Initiative called the “Base Camp”, where employees less likely to require visiting operational sites in person, get a chance to familiarize themselves with drilling and rig operations in person to obtain a broader and more specific vision of our business and their direct and indirect impacts and contributions on the performance and continuation of our business.