Maersk recruitment process is very tough - an aptitude test evaluating personality with regards to workplace behaviours and drivers (PLI as at this review. 50 questions to answer in 12 minutes), a personality test assessing your preferences in he workplace. Afterwards, you'd be given an application form to fill. Then an interview with senior staff (mostly likely an expatriate) testing general knowledge, discipline- or field-based questions and general knowledge. The recruitment process from beginning to offer does takes a while (sometimes as long as a year).
Employees are well remunerated, and one of the best in the shipping industry. Employees also enjoy moderate benefits in kind like overseas trainings, lunch, maternity/paternity leave etc.
The job security is average, but the industry can be generally erratic due to trade wars, crude oil prices, economic downturn, insecurity etc.
Overall, Maersk is generally regarded as a great place to work by global standard.
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