True to its commitment to improve the social services for the Seafarer's families, the company just concluded the Financial Management Seminar in Manila. Hopefully, it gives them insights on how to manage well their husbands earnings while on board and to uplift the family's financial status as a whole. Empowering families is one way of creating better communities.
Friday, October 28, 2011
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are among the privileged few who are allowed to see the
world free once a year for the Junior Officers and twice a year
for the Senior Officers. It is a benefit granted to the
Officers after having served the company for one year.
Posted by: Eigh Tiu at 7:31 AM
Monday, October 17, 2011
Saturday, October 08, 2011
The Seafarer is the human dimension in the shipping industry, his contribution to the safe and efficient operations of the ship, and the protection of marine environment is vital. Thus, he should be equipped with the necessary technical, physical, and emotional capabilities to face the challenges of the job on board ships. If you plan a career at sea, examine yourself first, if you possess the following essentials to be a good one:
Monday, October 03, 2011
Being a Sr. Officer on board ships requires not only excellent technical competencies but also adept leadership and management skills. The management of human resources on board the vessel, often poses a never ending challenge to the Sr. Officers whether on deck or in engine. Here are some insights on how to become a better one:
1. Improve your Skills
In order to be a better one, you need to equip yourself with appropriate skills. If you do not have supervisory experience, you may want to attend management seminars and other training programs that will help you become an effective manager, supervisor or boss.
2. Study the Company’s Vision and Mission
You do not want to end up scratching your head when some new employee asks you about the company’s background, mission and vision. If you want to contribute to the achievement of that vision and mission, you have to know them first.
3. Educate Your Crew about Company Policies and Goals
You should also remember to know the goals and policies of your organization. Once you have learned these things, impart them to your subordinates so that they will be on the same page as you.