Vena Energy Recognized as one of the “Best Companies to Work for in Asia” and “Most Caring Company” in 2023

Vena Energy announced its latest achievements which highlights the company’s dedication to creating exceptional workplaces across Asia. The company has been awarded the prestigious HR Asia “Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2023” award in both the Philippines and Indonesia, reaffirming its commitment to providing a positive and fulfilling work experience for its employees. Vena Energy also secured the distinguished “Most Caring Company” accolade as a notable recognition in the Philippines, a testament to its focus on employee well-being.

[Right photo, from left]: Receiving the award in the Philippines are Dominic John Patrick Santos, Senior HR Associate; Jean Carvajal, General Manager – Finance; Sharlene Mae Tabanar, Administrative Manager; Eunice Anne Ignacio Manager – Cosec, Mia Jarumayan, General Manager – Business Development -Project Development; Westin Raymond Contreras Head, Investment (Philippines); Germaine Lei Ong Associate – Human Resources; Joanne Melanie Trinidad-Gemanil Senior Manager, Legal; Ronald Cortel General Manager, Human Resources & Administration; Samrinder Singh Nehria, Head of Business, Philippines.

[Left photo, from left] Receiving the award in Indonesia are Indra Fatah, Business Development Manager; Andi Nur Elfira Chaerunnisa, HR Senior Associate; Michelle Prislee, Finance Manager; Rudy Sembiring, Head of Business, Indonesia; Anna Ho, Chief Human Resources Officer; Bilma Rachmadi Ganie, Head of Legal, Indonesia; Jona Maria Tami Prasojo, Finance Senior Associate; Bernadette Margarita, Office Management Senior Associate, Prannoy Agarwala, Group Head of Technical Services – Wind; Adi Nataatmadja, Head of HSSE, Indonesia.

These recognitions from HR Asia showcase Vena Energy as an employer-of-choice in the region. The awards reflect the company’s dedication to creating a company culture that values its workforce and actively contributes to the growth and fulfilment of its employees. Vena Energy has consistently prioritised employee engagement, evident through its robust training and development initiatives. Coupled with a corporate culture that champions diversity, inclusivity, and empowerment, reinforces the Vena Energy’s reputation as an industry leader in human capital management.

The “Most Caring Company” award further underscores Vena Energy’s compassionate ethos. By prioritizing employee well-being, the company nurtures a culture steeped in empathy where compassion is valued equally to innovation.

“Our employees are the driving force of our mission to accelerate the energy transition in the Asia-Pacific, and we strive to create an environment where they are empowered, supported, and inspired to take us to the next level of growth,” said Anna Ho, Chief Human Resources Officer. “We share these awards with our colleagues in the Philippines and in Indonesia, and we will continue to expand on our employee wellbeing initiatives, while fostering a workplace where


24 August 2023

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