|2019-11-20 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
阿联酋国务部长兼ADNOC集团首席执行官Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber博士在ADIPEC的开幕致辞中重申了ADNOC的抱负，即提供一个创新的、多样化的工作场所，让女性在该领域和领导职位上与男性一起工作。
Al Ramahi 表示：“在ADNOC集团，Sultan Al Jaber博士承诺在他的运营公司集团内任命至少一名女性首席官员。已经有15%的高级经理是女性，而且他们正在增加女性员工的数量。”
曹海斌 摘译自 油气新闻
Inclusion, diversity beneficial for oil and gas industry
Oil and gas companies will reap financial as well social benefits from actively promoting inclusion and diversity in their organizations, industry leaders at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) heard last Nov. 14.
“Women make up only 15 percent of the oil and gas industry, a number that drops further among the higher-paid technical roles,” said Al Ramahi. “The energy sector remains one of the least gender-diverse sectors in the economy, despite recent efforts to encourage and promote women’s participation.
“It is now time to understand why we fall short within various indicators of diversity and find remedies to correct them.”
Among the current positive developments, Al Ramahi noted that 22 major international and national oil companies had this year issued a call to action to close the gender gap in the industry. She also highlighted ADNOC’s programs to increase the diversity of its workforce, having been named winner of the ‘Oil and Gas Inclusion and Diversity Company of the Year’ at this year’s ADIPEC Awards.
In his opening address for ADIPEC, Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of State and Group CEO of ADNOC, re-stated ADNOC’s ambition to provide an innovative, diverse workplace, where women work alongside men in the field and in leadership roles.
“At ADNOC Group, His Excellency Dr. Sultan Al Jaber has committed to appointing at least one female CO (chief officer) across his group of operating companies. Already 15 percent of senior managers are women, and they are increasing the number of female recruits,” said Al Ramahi.
She also praised ADNOC for committing to recruit more people of determination into the organization.
“Diversity matters, and inclusion pays off when an organization commits to being as diverse as they can be for everyone. Regardless of ability or disability, gender, or educational background, race or ethnicity, or cultural background. And again, this is not just about improving a company’s reputation. Study after study on this topic has repeated that this commitment to inclusion provides organizations with a serious competitive advantage.”