Ørsted recognised as one of Asia’s top employers for second year in a row

  • Ørsted named one of the ‘Best Companies to Work for’ at HR Asia Awards 2022
  • Coveted award recognises companies with the best HR practices, which demonstrate high levels of employee engagement and excellent workplace cultures
  • Back-to-back wins in 2021 and 2022 highlight Ørsted’s friendly, diverse and inclusive working environment
Ørsted named one of the ‘Best Companies to Work for’ at HR Asia Awards 2022
Global offshore wind leader Ørsted has been named one of the ‘Best Companies to Work For’ at the renowned HR Asia Awards 2022, for the second year in a row.

The award recognises Ørsted’s dedication to setting the highest standards for a supportive and inclusive working environment for its employees.  

The HR Asia ‘Best Companies to Work for in Asia’ Awards covers 14 markets across the region. It honours companies across the Asia Pacific with outstanding HR practices, employee engagement and workplace cultures. 

Per Mejnert Kristensen, newly appointed President of Ørsted Asia Pacific says: “Talent is diverse by nature and different perspectives help us thrive. Therefore, Ørsted is dedicated to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace to where everyone has the opportunity to thrive, perform, and grow. We have more than 230 employees from over 20 nationalities in Asia-Pacific and I’m proud to be part of such a diverse team. I look forward to leading the team to create a world that runs entirely on green energy, powered by our talent.” 

As part of the awards application, companies undergo a holistic assessment of their HR practices plus an innovative survey of employees using the Total Engagement Assessment Model. 

Based on this research, Ørsted scored 11% higher in overall categories in comparison to all industries, with the highest scores in “culture and ethics,” “team dynamic” and “behaviour & advocacy.“ Under the main category - Core, Self and Group, Ørsted performed 13% higher in average comparing to all sectors, demonstrating the endeavours to build a high-quality, diversity-inclusive, collaborative working environment has been highly acknowledged by employees. 

Moreover, Ørsted’s 2021 People Matter Survey showed nearly 90% of the employees said they identified with the corporate culture and feel highly loyal to the company, while 90% of employees agreed that Ørsted has earned its reputation by upholding its corporate values. 

Ørsted came to the Asia-Pacific region in 2016 and established a regional hub in Taiwan. Since then, Ørsted expanded its footprint with offices in Japan, South Korea and Vietnam and has grown to more than 230 employees across the region in 2022. Ørsted is dedicated to ensuring the physical and mental well-being of employees, supporting their professional growth with a family-friendly and flexible work culture as well as personal development plan. 

Find out the latest Ørsted job opportunities at:
https://orsted.com/en/careers.
 
Ørsted’s 2021 People Matter Survey showed nearly 90% of the employees said they identified with the corporate culture and feel highly loyal to the company

For further information, please contact: 

Ørsted Media Relations
Rachel Chan
racch@orsted.com
+886 933 529 367