The basic principle is that people can trust us."
Through dilemmas, video cases and problem-solving tasks, a new Toolkit aims to get both senior and junior employees thinking – and talking – about what the Maersk Group Core Values mean to them in their everyday work.
Michael Bang used to serve in the Danish army, defusing bombs and mines. Now those skills – and the value of Constant Care in particular – are helping in his new career, training maritime and offshore workers to perform their jobs safely.
At a time when the Maersk Group has reduced its workforce to raise its competitiveness, investing in talent development and employee engagement is more important than ever. The Maersk Group aims to grow through the downturn, by focusing on investment opportunities and innovation, and people are one of the most important assets in that drive.
As global companies fine-tune and alter their supply chains, the Maersk Group businesses are at the heart of the changes and winning business in the process. China’s biggest car manufacturer, Geely Automobile Holdings Limited, is one example. Geely’s global operation is so large and spread out that it has given Maersk Line and Damco full control of its entire logistics supply chain.