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The commercial world is changing, and rapidly. Despite the rise of automation and digitalisation across the industry, marine organizations’ power to grow continues to depend on people. Implementing health and benefits, talent and performance, and retirement and investment strategies can enable marine organizations to support their people and make confident business decisions to withstand industry challenges.
To be able to adapt, organizations must understand their workforce’s innate capability and appreciate how that changes over time. Teams are continually gaining new experiences, enabling them to develop new skills.
Unlocking talent potential begins with identifying skills and capabilities that exist within the workforce, and answering questions such as; what can these skills do for the business and importantly, in circumstances such as the current work environment, what could it do if required? How likely would it respond to adverse stimuli and can it adapt?
Explore our capabilities for marine special risks, shipowners and operators - including superyachts, cruise and passenger vessels - port and terminal operators, logistics and supply chain companies, cargo owners and shipyards.
Risk, insurance solutions to support business operations across Cargo, Marine Liabilities, Shippers Interest, Freight Forwarders Liability, Hull and Machinery, Marine Equipment, Ship Repairers Liability, Builders Risk and Protection & Indemnity (P&I), plus additional coverages.
Marine organizations are navigating increasingly complex global risks, which require support across areas such as average adjusting, claims and risk consulting.
Implementing health and benefits, talent and performance, and retirement and investment strategies can enable marine organizations to support their people and make confident business decisions to withstand industry challenges.