Recruitment and crew wellbeing will be at the heart of the 1st CSN Cyprus and Greece Crewing Conference this year. Let us hear what other industries with same challenges as we have in the maritime HR sector are doing. We have invited speakers from high-tech companies with many specialists and expert staff members to learn how they cope with talent acquisition and retention. We have also invited speakers from airlines to hear how they cope with HR in a highly regulated business with a lot of crew members. We combine this with hands-on experts within our own industry to have valuable discussions.
- We are not alone: A perspective from other industries. Other industries are also in hard competition about the talent
- Crew Welfare. How does other do it?
- The Future – Technology
The above and more, will be discussed at the 1st CSN Cyprus- and 1st CSN Greece- Crewing Conference “Maritime HR challenges in 2023”. The conferences will take place on 22nd June 2023 in Limassol at the Carob Mill Conference Centre and on 19th September in Athens at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre. The attendance of the conference is free of charge for all employees of shipping and shipping related organisations in Cyprus and Greece, but we welcome anyone who wants to contribute to the charity foundation supported by the conference by indicating it at the registration. The Limassol event will be under the auspices of the Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry and supported by the Cyprus Shipping Chamber, the Cyprus Marine Club, CYMEPA, WISTA Cyprus, YoungShip Cyprus and for Greece is the under the auspices of the Propeller Club and supported by HELMEPA, WISTA Hellas, Youngship Hellas.
Save the dates in your calendar for this promising conference ” Maritime HR challenges in 2023″ where together with key industry experts from industry bodies, shipowners, ship managers, airlines, traveling agencies, HR Recruitment agencies and Crewing companies etc. we will look at the operational aspects impacting the shipping sector. The conference will bring together various key industry stake-holders including but not limited to: ship owners, ship managers and associated solution providers such as maritime technology providers, consultants and cross-cultural experts.