After 12 years, Oren Hellman, IEC's VP of Service, Marketing and Regulation, is retiring.
Oren Hellman, IEC's VP of Service, Marketing and Regulation, announced today (Monday) his intention to retire from his position in the coming months after 12 years at the company. Hellman, a veteran of IEC's senior management, announced that he intends to address new challenges in the business sector.
During his years as VP, Hellman established the IEC's regulatory system, the investor relations unit, and the ESG system, all while managing the company's communications, advertising and marketing system.
Oren Hellman said: "After 12 fascinating, successful, enriching years, full of action, satisfaction and interest, in the coming months I will finish my work in the place I had a home, the Israel Electric Corporation, and continue to new challenges in the business world.
Israel Electric Corporation, Photo: Yehoshua Yosef
"Thank you to the wonderful employees of the Israel Electric Corporation with whom I had the tremendous honor to work. Thank you to the three CEOs (Eli Glickman, Ofer Bloch and Meir Spiegler) and to the Chairman and Board members (headed by Yiftach Ron-Tal and Shlomo Arbiv), thank you also to the most responsible workers' organization in Israel – who knew how to push and back moves that would have seemed crazy on paper and became a reality that changed the face of the Israel Electric Corporation and the lives of millions of Israeli residents.
"Thank you also to all the customers, three million households. Some of you have contacted me every day with problems, complaints and praise. Thanks for that. You have enriched and enriched me! It was a great honor to serve you and you!"
Meir Spiegler, CEO of the Israel Electric Corporation, said: "Oren Hellman has many rights, which he promoted and assimilated, during his 12 years as senior vice president, in the service and communications systems at the Israel Electric Corporation. Since the beginning of my tenure as CEO of the company over the past six months, we have worked together to continue leading processes to improve and streamline communication channels, respond to public inquiries and handle their requests. Oren was an inseparable part of the company's landscape and management, for a significant period of time, during which he left his mark. I would like to take this opportunity to thank him, on behalf of the company's management and myself, for his contribution to the company's functioning and image, and wish him success in his future endeavors."
"Equal Chance" is a project of Oren Hellman, in which the entire activity is purely voluntary.
"Equal Chance" published thousands of stories of job seekers with disabilities in order to integrate them into the labor market. At the same time – hundreds of job offers intended only for people with disabilities in some of the largest companies in the economy.
In addition, success stories of employees with disabilities who succeed in their work were published, personal stories of job seekers, all from a place of honor and pride.
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