Maersk Seeks Women for Top Management

The chairman of A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, Jim Hagemann Snabe, says it’s proving difficult to get enough women to apply for top management jobs after appointing a lone woman to its C-suite in 2020. In Denmark, home to Maersk, only about 14% of those employed in the industry are women. Maersk has set itself a number of targets across its organizational levels. This year, it wants at least 35% of its senior managers to be women. That figure was 30% in 2020.


It is equally important that Pacific Island Countries emphasize the role of women in the maritime industry and help foster equity to avoid broader labor issues and discriminatory policies.


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