It’s Time for a Sea Change in Maritime Crew Wellbeing
As governments have sealed borders and imposed travel restrictions, and airlines have dramatically scaled back their operations, seafarers have been stranded for weeks or even months onboard vessels, at airports and in hotels. Vivien Miranda, Client Manager, Asia Pacific, CWT Energy, Resources & Marine (CWT ERM), believes more needs to be done to advance the wellbeing of maritime crew members.
Traveler Experience & Customer Leadership Team Appointments
CWT, the Business-to-Business-for-Employees (B2B4E) travel management platform, today announces the strategic aims and leadership team for its newly created Traveler Experience & Customer business unit.
ERM Travel in the Time of COVID-19: A Note of Thanks
For most companies, domestic and international business travel has come to a standstill amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with virtual meetings filling the void.
Invisible Health: 3 ways to prioritize the well-being of your traveling employees
Traditionally, January is the month of wellness. With New Year resolutions at the forefront of people's minds, companies are also considering the health and productivity of their employees.
CWT Energy, Resources & Marine Enters into Partnership with The Visa Team to Help Clients Simplify Visa Management For Crew Travel
CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, and its Energy, Resources and Marine (ERM) division, have signed a preferred global agreement with The Visa Team, a specialist in visa-handling services for the oil and gas, mining, and marine industries.
Gift of Time: What the holidays can teach us about well-being
With the holiday season on the horizon, even the most ardent workaholics will be forced to slow down for a day or two. And that’s not a bad thing.
Unclear and Present Danger: How organizations are responding to safety needs of women and specific employee populations
It was nearly 15 years ago, and Anne Bridgman was about to embark on her first solo trip to the West African country of Angola as a young executive for a major oil and gas company. Angola had just announced national elections in late 2006, after 27 years of civil war.
Energy Source: How to prioritize well-being in some of the most challenging work environments
A report by CWT Energy, Resources and Marine (ERM) reveals that 52% of C-suite and senior executives say their organizations have traveler health and safety programs in place. While only 32% say their organizations measure and report on the impact of traveler well-being. It's clear there's progress to be made.
Only Half of Global Leaders in the Oil and Gas Sector Say Their Companies Have Traveler Health and Safety Programs in Place
CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, and its Energy, Resources and Marine (ERM) division, found through independent research that only 52% of C-suite and senior executives say their organizations have traveler health and safety programs in place. While only 32% say their organizations measure and report on the impact of traveler well-being, according to CWT ERM’s annual report.
Ninja Traveler – 10 tips so the unexpected doesn’t catch you by surprise
Fortunately, most trips run smoothly and travelers are able to conduct business and enjoy their stay without any drama. However, if you have been traveling for a while – especially to remote destinations – you will know that the unexpected can be waiting for you at every corner.
CWT Energy, Resources & Marine Appoints Robert Pietro as Senior Director, Global Program Management, Americas
CWT Energy, Resources & Marine, the global leader in providing integrated travel and mobility services to companies in the oil & gas, renewable energies, mining and marine sectors and a unit of CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, has further strengthened its client management team with the appointment of Robert Pietro as its Senior Director of Global Program Management for the Americas.
The Green Tide – Working towards a more sustainable maritime transport system
Over 90% of global trade is carried by ships. Our way of life and access to products and services would be forever changed without shipping, intercontinental trade, the transport of raw materials, and the import/export of affordable food and manufactured goods.