Maersk encounters harassment problem among employees

Maersk has a problem with harassment among its seafaring employees, fleet chief acknowledges to Danish broadcaster.

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Maersk has problems with harassment among its employees at sea, admits Palle Laursen, chief fleet and technical officer at the group, to Danish state broadcaster DR.

”I won’t provide a concrete number [on the number of harassment cases, -ed.], but there have been enough for us to recognize that we have a problem,” he writes to the media.

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