Integrity and honesty
Dinco’s culture is based on integrity and honesty. We have set up the highest standards of ethical business performance which every employee is committed to follow. There is no compromise for any reason and under any circumstance. We are open and transparent in all dealings with clients and sub-contractors.
We attach personal responsibility to all jobs, even the smallest, based on the principle of doing what is said, dealing with the consequences for being unable to do what has been said.
We work by our Dinco Rules, which encourage openness, teamwork and trust. We value diverse backgrounds, experience, and opinions. We respect the differences and working style of every client and subcontractor.
We believe every accident is preventable, and we continue our pursuit of zero accidents – people’s lives depend on it.
Based on the foundation of honesty and integrity, we plan and act for the long term good of our clients, environment and community.
To create a wonderful working environment and treat each other with respect and self-respect.
Best Before Largest: To improve continuously in order to enhance the quality of products, services and labor performance.
To apply high standards, smart technical solution for design and build of project.
To satisfy Clients' benefits over expectation by serving from heart to heart.
To actively contribute to community and environment.
To acknowledge that profit decides on the living quality of employees and the longevity of the company.
Giving others appreciation, gratefulness, attention, encouragement. Always saying “Thank you” to people.
Displaying an absence of pride, arrogance; Be authentic opposite: Prideful, Boastful. “Silence is golden.”
God created human beings with the same HONOR and DIGNITY. When someone’s work does not have good result, we need to separate people from work: Only his work, his capability is not good – human being’s DIGNITY is always good.
Listening empathically, with your mind and your heart. Giving attention, care to speakers. A person who really listens really does have power.
Forgiving others’ faults, letting go of resentment to people hurting us.
Being free from deception. Sharing responsibilities clearly – do not cover for subordinates; do not say bad things about or harm someone behind his back.
Meeting the needs of others before meeting your own need. “Everyone wants to change the world, but no one wants to change themselves.”
Showing self-control before events. Every problem has a solution.