The Maritime Advocate’s coverage of the 2022 OSCAR Dragon Boat Race
Trade Winds coverage of the 2022 OSCAR Dragon Boat Race
Phil Parry speaks to MarineLog about unemployment in the maritime industry.
Teresa Peacock from Spinnaker on steps companies can take to ensure a more equal workforce.
The demand for digitalisation both on board ships and ashore is driving a revolution in skills training. However, technology providers, shipowners, academies, and trainers are offering mixed messages
Maritime has spent the past two years growing comfortable with ESG, however its overwhelming focus has been on the environmental element. This is changing as the social element grows in prominence
The first International Day for Women in Maritime wsas celebrated on on May 18 (Wednesday), with stakeholders across the committing to bring down gender disparity in the sector. IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim said, there is still a gender imbalance in maritime, but times are changing.
The IMO partnered with the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA) to produce an in-depth women in maritime survey, results of which have been published today.
The UK government’s latest gender pay report shows women in the UK were paid 90p for every £1 earned by a man.
Whatever the outcome of P&O Ferries’ current crewing crisis, the company appears to have singularly failed to provide a strategy for growth while its competition planned for the long term
the ICS Maritime Leadership 2019 conference
UK Shipping Minister urges focus on skills diversity and welfare | Tradewinds
UK Maritime Minister warns lack of diversity is holding shipping back | Splash 24/7
IMO sets out to expose gender imbalance to drive change | Splash 24/7
Maritime professionals need to plan for their financial future | Handy Shipping Guide
Brits top C-suite positions in shipping
Senior freight trader bonuses are hugely outstripping payouts for “traditional” chartering staff, according to recruitment specialist Spinnaker Global.
The Maritime HR Association’s most recent survey, reporting data for more than 25,000 shore-based maritime industry professionals in 94 countries, shows that