Employees who are internally oriented result in internally focused departments, which pose severe obstacles to cross-team collaboration. Everybody is out for himself, but at the expense of advancing the company.
How can maritime recruitment agencies help small to mid sized shipowners & crew managers fill seafarer job vacancies and manage crew more efficiently?
A hiring team will be responsible for the recruitment process from recruiting talent, interviewing seafarers to hiring the ideal seaman or woman for the position. So, if you want to lighten your load a bit, then it might be a good idea for you and your company to form a hiring committee.
Are you a small to medium sized shipowner or manager who is fed up of tearing your hair out over the stresses of trying to fill your vacant jobs at sea? Martide's ultimate guide to filling your vacancies should help!
Miscommunication caused by a lack of understanding or an inability to express an instruction or order can cause countless issues in any workplace. And in shipping, those miscommunications can have a more serious knock on effect than in many industries.
If you’re a manning agency, you don’t need us to tell you that you have a lot of competition - especially if you are located in a country where seafaring is one of the biggest professions. So how do you make sure you stand apart from that competition and attract more clients and better seafarers?
Are you posting adverts for maritime jobs but not attracting the number of applicants you expected? A shortage of candidates is a headache for shipowners and manning agents. You know seafarers are out there but why aren’t they biting your arm off for a chance to work for your company?!
Many manning agents who work with clients in the shipping industry are struggling to stand out amongst their sea of competitors. After all, crewing agencies are two-a-penny in traditional port towns and cities. But what are the reasons behind this issue? And could technology be the answer?
Are you a shipowner looking for a maritime recruitment agency to fill your seafarer jobs? Maybe you’re not getting results from your current crewing company. Perhaps you’re hiring a recruiter for the first time. Make sure you choose the right team for the job by reading this post first.
What are some of the steps that shipping companies can take to promote seafaring as a career and fill their vacant maritime jobs? The need to attract and retain seafarers is a huge issue and one we all need to step up to if shipowners can beat their marine recruitment headaches.
In this blog post we’re going to look at seafarer sourcing from a slightly different perspective and talk you through how using Martide’s maritime recruitment and crew management Software as a Service solution can help you with your seaman recruitment woes. Let's get straight down to it!
Are you a shipowner or manager fed up with trying to grow your candidate database to fill your jobs at sea? We’d love to tell you there’s a quick fix solution - but there isn’t. However the good news is, there’s some sure-fire ways to make the never-ending maritime recruitment drive less painful.
In shipping, not everyone is onboard when it comes to abandoning old practices and embracing new. Do your maritime recruitment agencies fall into that category? If you suspect the companies you use to fill your maritime jobs could be more efficient it’s time to take a look at who you partner with.
If you’re a shipowner using maritime recruitment agencies to fill your jobs at sea, you need to know you’re getting good value for money. Luckily there's ways to tell if the agency or consultant you work with is fulfilling their obligations, and one of those is looking at how responsive they are.
Finding the right crew to fill your seafarer jobs is hard if the maritime recruitment agencies you work with aren’t doing their jobs properly. You need to be sure the seamen they pick from their candidate database are right. So let’s look at how to choose a partner to help you fill your vacancies.