Our People - GeoPark

Our People

We have created a culture of trust that empowers employees to grow and to share in the Company’s success. All our employees are shareholders in GeoPark.

2023 Highlights


Direct employees


of employees own shares in the Company


of the executive team are women


of employees are women


of new hires are women


Employee participation in aprendamos con geopark learning program

USD 1.244,9

Average investment in training per employee


Average hours of training per employee


Employees have access to health insurance, parental leave and life insurance


Cases of workplace discrimination


Positive opinions in the great place to work survey

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equality and Inclusion
We know that creating and promoting diverse teams is a powerful tool that has allowed us to achieve more and go further. Our culture is enhanced by the diversity in each country we operate in and by the input of the professionals that are part of our company.
Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index
In 2023 and for the second consecutive year we are members of the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI), which tracks the performance of public companies in disclosing their gender-equality metrics and efforts.
 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index

What is the
Bloomberg GEI?

The Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index is a modified market capitalization-weighted index that tracks the performance of public companies in promoting and reporting gender-related data.

What does the Index measure?

The Index includes over 70 gender equality metrics in five key areas: leadership & talent pipeline, equal pay & gender pay parity, inclusive culture, anti-sexual harassment policies, and a pro-women brand.

Which companies are included in the Index?

The Bloomberg GEI includes 484 companies headquartered in 45 countries and regions, across 11 sectors and 54 industries.

“At GeoPark we respect the value of each individual, and believe that integrating and promoting diverse teams is the key to sustainable growth and to maintaining our leadership position in Colombia and the region. Our commitment to seeking the best people, with a variety of perspectives and capabilities, is core to our DNA and has made us the company we are today. We are proud of having built an organization with a very diverse workforce and management team, and a percentage of women that is above the industry average. Our inclusion in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index  for the second consecutive year  recognizes our genuine spirit of seeking wealth in diversity, and strengthens our commitment to continue to build a workplace environment that rewards the human quality and passion of our team, and the diverse contributions of our employees.”

Andrés Ocampo
GeoPark CEO

The Equipares Program

In 2021 GeoPark achieved the Equipares Silver award, the third oil and gas operator in Colombia to do so. This program is led by Colombia’s Ministry of Labor, and the Presidential Council for Women’s Equality. The Company earned the Certification after achieving a 91% rating in the audit that validated the successful implementation of the SGIG gender equality management system.

Great Place to Work®
GeoPark has won 2023 Great Place to Work® certification in Colombia, Chile and Argentina. For 30 years the Great Place to Work organization has monitored and supported companies of all sizes and from all sectors and geographies to help improve their organizational culture. The award reflects GeoPark’s commitment to creating and maintaining a motivating, fair and rewarding work environment, free of discrimination and with the conditions and opportunities to help all our employees be their best.
Great Place to Work®
Value Chain
We are committed to the social and economic development of the regions in which we operate. As a result, we actively collaborate with local suppliers. In 2022, >30% of goods and services procurement from suppliers in the regions we operate in. The framework that guides our actions with suppliers and contractors is the Corporate Policy for the Supply of Goods and Services,which establishes the principles, standards and controls for procurement activities.

Our "Labor Management and Accompaniment Program" invites our partner companies (contractors and/or subcontractors) to implement responsible labor practices focusing on decent and dignified work that is carried out with the necessary diligence to detect, prevent and mitigate real or potential negative consequences on human rights and fundamental rights at work.

For more details see our SPEED/ESG Report.