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SAIRAJ MULLADH
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Quote SAIRAJ MULLADH Replybullet Topic: HR MANAGEMENT IN SHIPPING
    Posted: 16 Oct 2006 at 12:38am
This is one question we ought to ask ourselves? Does Human resource mangement exist for indian seafarers?
 
Time and again I have seen and experienced seafarers regardless of his rank is treated as mere bodies tomeet the minimum manning requirements on board. Each one of us is lured purely by wages. There is no mechanism to reward good performance, enourage good performance. Perks does not exist for a lower ranked officer or crew member.
 
Human error is projected as the single largest cause for all accidents. Th only solution to reduce them is to have a motivated happy crew on board. This can be achieved only by instilling a sense of belongingness in every crew member towards the company. The question to be answered is "What needs to be done to have a happy crew member on baord? What are his requirements, other than wages, food?
 
A sincere effort is required, a campaign by the employers to end human errors by having dedicated ship staff on board their vessels. An answer is to have a dedicated HR department in the shipping company, headed by a trained HR manager, not necessarily a seadog?
 
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Kishor Manjrekar
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Quote Kishor Manjrekar Replybullet Posted: 05 Jan 2007 at 4:43am
True it is reported as Human error in all accidents. But same is reported to facilitate insurance claims, even though the cause may be otherwise. HRD section in shipping companies only exist to impress principals. I have experienced their lackadaisical attitude in a reputed company.
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sabyasachi banerjee
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Quote sabyasachi banerjee Replybullet Posted: 15 Jan 2007 at 8:06pm
this is absolutely right, that hr needs in shipping is nowhere compared to other industries. truly only wages are the attraction to lure the seafareres. now its high time for us to realize that we need a job, rather we should make a move to ask rather demand a job in which few hundred dollars less is morepreferable in exchange ofa job with money and FACILITIES. this word facilities includes a lot of things , may differ according to personal views but few basics as paid leave, medical when on leave and permanent employment etc are minimum.
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