Who We Are
AboitizPower is the Philippines’ leading provider of renewable energy, advancing business and communities towards A Better Future.
AboitizPower is the Philippines’ leading provider of renewable energy, advancing business and communities towards A Better Future.
AboitizPower champions sustainability initiatives and ventures that help make the world a better place not only for people living today but for generations to come.
AboitizPower upholds the highest ethical standards, safeguarding the integrity of our initiatives and developments as a business enterprise and a partner for environmental protection.
View our shareholder relations and investment reports and find out how we prioritize addressing the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit.
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In AboitizPower (AP), we are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for our team members and partners. We fulfill this commitment by identifying the hazards associated with our operations, processes and workspaces, assessing the risks and putting up measures to address them. To deliver on our mission, safety remains a top priority and it is everyone’s responsibility.
With safety in mind, we will pursue continuous improvement in our occupational safety and health practices, and provide our people and partners with the knowledge and skills through training or workshops, as well as tools and measures to further eliminate our occupational safety and health risks and hazards. AboitizPower prides itself in its year-on-year overall reduction of “Total Recordable Incident Rate” (TRIR), which is one of the key measures of our safety performance.
The coverage of the company’s OSH management includes activities of both organic and contracted personnel. Contractors are covered by virtue of AP’s “prevailing influence”. “Prevailing Influence” is considered to be in place when contractor employees are required to adhere to safety rules and regulations laid down by AboitizPower or to use methods, processes, or other techniques provided by the company. A reportable contractor is when AboitizPower exerts a prevailing influence with regard to safety management practices.
In 2021, the company accounts for its LTIFR and TRIR performance of its 2,954 organic employees and 4,297 contractors. See notes on transparency. There are 703 team members who are part of the Health & Safety Committee of the company. Each reporting operational site has at least one Health and Safety member.
A total of 2,770 organic employees have completed the 8-Hour Mandatory Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Training for Workers in 2021. The training is required by the Department of Labor and Employment in pursuant to the Republic Act No. 11058 “AN ACT STRENGTHENING COMPLIANCE TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS AND PROVIDING PENALTIES.” Moreover, as part of its ISO 45001 Occupational Health & Safety Certification and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems Certification, the company ensures that there are programs in place for employees across all business units to have sufficient training and knowledge.
Notes for data transparency:
TRIR = (Fatality+LTI+RWC+MTC)*1,000,000)/Total Manhours.
LTI – Lost Time Incidents. A work related injury or illness that results to the inability of the injured employee to report to work and perform his or her normal job functions. An LTI is when the employee was not able to perform any regular job, restricted work or report for work on any day after the injury was received.
RWC – Restricted Work Case
MTC – Medical Treatment Case
In parallel, Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) is captured, meantime this rate is limited to (LTI)*1,000,000)/Total Manhours.
The health and safety data accounts for 100% of all our operationally controlled units. In establishing the rates, performance data were consolidated from corporate office, and operationally controlled generation and distribution organizations of AP.
Generation units included in the report are the following: AP Renewables, Inc, San Carlos Sun Power, Inc., Luzon Hydro Corp., Hedcor, Inc., Hedcor Sibulan, Inc., Hedcor, Tudaya, Inc., Hedcor Sabangan, Inc., Hedcor Bukidnon, Inc., Therma Marine, Inc., Therma Mobile, Inc., Therma South, Inc., East Asia Utilities Corporation, Cebu Private Power Corporation, SN Aboitiz Power Magat, Inc., SN Aboitiz Power Benguet, Inc., Therma Power Visayas, Inc., and Therma Visayas, Inc.
Distribution utilities included in the report are the following: Visayan Electric Company, Inc., Davao Light and Power Company, Inc., Cotabato Light and Power Company, Subic EnerZone Corporation, Balamban EnerZone Corporation, Mactan EnerZone Corporation, LiMA EnerZone Corporation.
AboitizPower recognizes that talents are fundamental to its success. We believe that a strategic and professional approach to Talent Management enables us to attract, develop, optimize, and retain key talents. This further enables us to fulfill our strategic goals aligned to our core values. We are committed to ensuring that Talent Management is conducted in a manner that is professional, systematic, efficient, effective, and promotes equality of opportunity.
The objective of AboitizPower’s Talent Management is to ensure the availability of talents with the required competencies needed to deliver and support the Company’s present and long-term strategic objectives aligned with its core values.
The following core principles of Talent Management are adopted in AboitizPower:
Our Recruitment process enables us to attract and appoint Candidates with the necessary skills and attributes to fulfill our strategic aims and support our core values. We ensure that our recruitment and selection of candidates is conducted in a manner that is professional, systematic, efficient, effective and promotes equality of opportunity. Moreover, we ensure that our hiring is done consistently, transparently, fairly and in accordance with Company values and in compliance with relevant domestic and international employment legislation.
More information on Aboitiz Group talent attraction (recruitment), optimization, and retention HERE.
AboitizPower ensures strict compliance with Philippine labor laws on working hours, and salary and compensation. As a general rule, employees are encouraged to accomplish their work assignments within their regular working hours. However, if unable to do so, and due to the necessity of the job, an employee may be asked to work overtime. An employee shall be allowed a maximum of 16 working hours per day, inclusive of regular working hours and overtime.
The salary and compensation packages given to AboitizPower employees are fair, equitable, differentiated based on value and merit, aligned with market standards and practices, and compliant with laws and regulations. In addition, the company also provides incentives and recognition for the achievement of organizational objectives and individual/team goals as well as the demonstration of desired behaviors.
AboitizPower takes pride in honing our A-people to reach their highest potential. We have different employee development programs to support continued learning and career progression within our organization. We encourage internal mobility across our business units and last 2020, 22.59% of our job vacancies were filled internally by our team members.
As part of our triple bottom line approach, AboitizPower values our employees and made it a point to implement fair and beneficial business practices for the organization’s team members. We measure the degree to which our employees feel valued in our company through our Culture survey and Gallup Employee Engagement Survey. The 2021 Gallup Survey of AboitizPower is participated by 99% of our employees and received an employee engagement result of 56% satisfaction.
In 2021, the company has a total workforce of 3,049 team members, with a total turnover rate of 8.98% where 6.12% is considered voluntary separation. Our employee total turnover considers both voluntary and involuntary separations within the company.
Our talent analytics show the composition of our workforce according to position, gender, age and tenure.
AboitizPower is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce is crucial to our purpose of driving change for a better world. We consider and encourage all applicants without discriminating against age, sexual orientation and/or gender identity, disability, political opinion, religion, nationality, marital or parental status (including pregnancy), ethnicity or other status protected by law. Our equal opportunity and non-discrimination policies apply in all aspects of employment, including recruitment, talent management and employee integration.
As part of its core principle for recruitment, AboitizPower shall recruit and select qualified candidates without discriminating on the basis of age, sexual orientation and/or gender identity, disability, social status, political opinion, religion, nationality, marital or parental status (including pregnancy), ethnicity or other status protected by law. The company is guided, supportive, and aspires to recruit talents from diverse backgrounds, including those from non-traditional career paths, and those from underprivileged or minority backgrounds.
Moreover, to support and promote employee integration, the company ensures communication, education and awareness programs on topics such as raising awareness on diversity and inclusion or on the Company’s zero-tolerance culture against any acts of discrimination.
AboitizPower, headed by its Legal team, formalized its efforts to promote and raise awareness on diversity and inclusion within the company starting in 2019.
AboitizPower’s Diversity and Inclusion campaign is focused on communicating the primacy of merit above gender or sexual preference, age, religion, or ethnic background. It is aimed at raising awareness on diversity and inclusion, promoting respect and celebrating individuality, all while practicing the culture of excellence and high performance.
Monthly articles on the inspiring stories of our high-performing employees of diverse backgrounds and cultures across all AboitizPower business units. These articles featured members of the organization who are strong women leaders, differently-abled employees, members of different Philippine ethnic groups and religions, and members of the LGBTQ+ community, among others.
Cascade of Philippine laws that relate to diversity and inclusion. During the quarterly town hall meetings, AboitizPower Legal conducted lectures on the Expanded Maternity Leave Law, the HIV and AIDS Policy Act, the Safe Spaces Act, the Amended Magna Carta for Persons with Disability, and the Anti-Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
Competitions that celebrate the diversity of employees at AboitizPower were also held, such as a karaoke contest featuring songs that empower and uplift women, and a photo contest showcasing the different regional and ethnic cultures of the company’s employees.
In celebration of Pride Month, a Pride Forum and movie screening were organized to promote the inclusivity of the LGBTQ+ community in the organization. At the Pride Forum, participants learned the importance of understanding and promoting sensitivity to people’s sexual orientation, expression, and identity (SOGIE)
Music and Arts Festival was held to exhibit the works of Philippine artists and photographers which highlight diversity and inclusion. The event also included performances by different musical acts in the company, who played songs that celebrate individuality. The funds raised were donated to the Aboitiz Foundation, and the Home of the Golden Gays, a care facility for elderly, destitute gay men who perform in drag to make a living.
AboitizPower continues to champion diversity and inclusion in the organization as part of its commitment to equal opportunity and celebrating equality and inclusivity. In 2021, more efforts were made to ensure that the company institutionalizes its pursuit of a more diverse and inclusive talent pool by integrating this strong belief into our talent management, recruitment, and employee integration governance and process.
As part of Aboitiz Equity Ventures (AEV), a conglomerate that is a member of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and the Board of Trustees of the Global Compact Network Philippines, and supports the Ten Principles of the UNGC, AboitizPower values and respects fundamental human rights.
We are committed to upholding the principles of respect for human dignity, freedom, and equality across all our business activities, ensuring that the human rights of our stakeholders are safeguarded and potential risks or impacts are addressed.
1. AboitizPower recognizes the fundamental human rights of its team members.
2. AboitizPower is guided by its commitment to human rights in its engagement with external stakeholders, including its host communities, suppliers, contractors, customers, and other business partners.
Anti-Sexual Harassment and Safe Space Act
To further strengthen our governance in our commitment to Human Rights, particularly our zero tolerance in any form of abuses that will compromise the rights of our employees, AboitizPower recently released our policy on Anti-Sexual Harassment and Safe Space Act which is pursuant to Section 4, Republic Act No. 7877 (R.A. 7877) entitled “An Act Declaring Sexual Harassment Unlawful in the Employment, Education or Training Environment, and for Other Purposes” and Article IV, Section 17, Republic Act No. 11313 (R.A. 11313) entitled “An Act Defining Gender-Based Sexual Harassment in Streets, Public Spaces, Online, Workplaces, and Educational or Training Institutions, Providing Protective Measures and Prescribing Penalties Therefor” or the “Safe Spaces Act,” this Policy (the “Policy”) governs the prevention of all forms of sexual harassment, the procedure for filing, investigating and resolving sexual harassment complaints, and the proper decorum in the workplaces of the Company.
Guided by our value of integrity, we generate trust and sustain good relationships as we engage in meaningful value creation with our internal and external stakeholders – forging cooperation, partnerships, and common aspirations of a better future.
Our stakeholder engagement process keeps up with the times by maximizing the many communication avenues available today and sharing the best practices internally. Team members that work in customer and community-facing functions undergo training to fully embody the principles and processes of stakeholder relationship management (SRM) and communication.
AboitizPower confirmed its place as one of Philippines’ leading graduate employers when the Top 100 Graduate Employers were announced last May 19.
“Tatoy. One would think that the nickname would belong to a man, but it’s mine,” jested Eleanor Batiquin, “I guess the not-so-effeminate nickname would come to signify me, a woman, carving out a space in a stereotypically male-dominated field.”
As community quarantines seem to have brought the world to a halt in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, people on the frontline are racing to win the war against the disease.
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We Are A People-first Organization
AboitizPower owes its success to people who work behind the scenes in making the world a better place through reliable, reasonable, and responsible energy solutions.
We are also only as strong as the bond we have with our community. We draw our strength from the homes and businesses we’ve sustained with the energy we provide.
This is why AboitizPower delivers on its social commitment through activities and advocacy efforts that contribute to the overall development of our team and the communities we serve.
These activities include nurturing relationships with our partner communities, boosting stakeholder engagement efforts, providing venues for employee development, minimizing occupational health and safety risks, and eliminating hazards to ensure a safe and healthy work environment.
Our primary investment begins with people so we can have a better tomorrow.