Employing graduate trainees is one way Dangote Cement increases employment

Employing graduate trainees is one way Dangote Cement increases employment

The company, Dangote Cement Plc, has increased employment in the nation by enrolling 81 trainees in its graduate trainee program. The business has hired hundreds of trainees for its service throughout its operations in Africa since the program’s inception.

Also, for upholding the Dangote Cement core principles of excellence, entrepreneurship, customer service, and leadership quality, the firm has given its exceptional employees the “Long Service Award” and the “Hall of Wall of Fame Employee Award.

The employees who received rewards had worked for Dangote Cement for at least five years, and they received substantial monetary worth.

Aliko Dangote, the chairman of Dangote Cement, stated during the weekend’s three-park celebration of graduate trainees, long service winners, and Hall of Fame awardees that the purpose of the event was to honor and express gratitude to “our distinguished workers in the outgoing year of 2023.”

“We are honoring some of our workers for their long service to the company,” the speaker continued. Additionally, we are commemorating our graduate trainees, who are formally wrapping up their induction training.

…We are congratulating them on the outstanding growth the business achieved in 2023 despite the challenging business climate and unstable economy. Our accomplishments were made possible by your perseverance and persistence in overcoming several challenges.

Above all, I want to express my gratitude to every one of you for your hard work and excellent performance. We have been able to hold onto our position as the leading company in Nigeria’s cement industry—not just in Nigeria, but throughout Africa thanks to your dedication.

Additionally, Dangote stated that his company has continued to be Africa’s top manufacturer of cement, with a capacity of 52 million metric tonnes annually throughout the continent.

Additionally, we are preparing to commission our factories in Côte d’Ivoire. In Itori, Ogun State, work has begun on an additional six million tons.

With perseverance on our part, we have removed Nigerians’ reliance on imported cement and made our country a cement exporter to several neighboring nations. When our petrochemical plant fully operates in the next months, the energy industry will see the same trend.

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