Maersk Drilling CEO receives warning for verbally abusing subordinate

Maersk Drilling's board of directors has issued a warning to CEO Jørn Madsen following a legal investigation and a situation in which the chief exec, in his own words, flew off the handle and addressed an employee much too harshly.

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The chief executive of listed Danish drilling rig group Maersk Drilling, Jørn Madsen, has been issued a warning by the company board following verbal abuse of a female colleague.

After a situation in the spring of 2021, where Madsen yelled at a female subordinate, several reports were submitted to Maersk Drilling's whistleblower system, according to Finans' information.

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