International bunkering conglomerate Bunker Holding has announced the start of a global talent programme: The Accelerator Programme (TAP) which was earlier launched in November 2017.
Fifteen carefully selected talents from a pool of more than 100 profiles were nominated by Bunker Holding Management to participate in the launch of the two-year TAP programme.
“Bunker Holding is determined to retain the reputation of being a market leader in talent procurement and development,” says Keld R. Demant, Group CEO, Bunker Holding.
“Therefore, we aim at creating and always keeping a strong pipeline of talents that are ready to take on new, exciting opportunities and responsibilities in the company.”
According to Bunker Holding, the purpose of the programme is to utilise the full width and strength of the company and draw in the group’s talents from all areas of the organisation (i.e. across borders as well as across divisions, functions and brands) to attract, develop and retain the best people in the industry
Selected talents will have the option of rotation to other Bunker Holding offices on a global scale to work on a development track either as a leader or a specialist.
Besides, they will also be exposed to different challenges on both a personal and professional level while receiving mentoring from some of the most experienced experts in the bunker segment.
“The talent programme offers a multi-faceted learning environment and development opportunity ready to grasp for the right candidate,” ends Alexander A. Jaffe, Group Director, HR & Communications, Bunker Holding.
“The programme is designed to prepare each of our talents for professional success within a dynamically changing, 21st century global workplace.
“We aim at developing and unleashing the true potential of our talents ensuring our future pipeline of highly skilled people with the right attitude needed to realise the strategic intentions of our Group.”
Published: 25 April, 2018
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