In order to support and strengthen talented employees, offshore supplier Semco Maritime has recently started its own talent program, not least to make the talents more aware of how significant they are to the company. The Danish company, based in the seaport town of Esbjerg, has confidence in the value of a structured program for clever minds.
According to Jens Holm-Nielsen, senior vice president of Semco Maritime's group support functions, the new networks being created within the company are inherently a byproduct of what the talents will achieve throughout the program.
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