Maersk Drilling has 250 managers offshore – none of them women

Despite an ambition to have more women in leading positions, Maersk Drilling does not employ a single female offshore manager today, and female office managers comprise only 23 percent. "It's not satisfactory," HR chief concedes speaking to ShippingWatch.

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Maersk Drilling has a stated ambition to get more women into an otherwise male-dominated industry, which was most recently addressed in the company's sustainability report, published earlier in February.

But one has to search for a long time to find female managers out in the field on Maersk Drilling's 22 rigs.

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