In 2012, Bill Allen and Mary Pejter, the Human Resources Department Maersk Group sat to consider some important aspects of the Maersk talent management strategy. Headquartered in Copenhagen, was a global conglomerate with large Maersk shipping and oil & gas company. Among the talent management topics discussed: an increase in fluctuation, internal training and development programs; hiring experienced talent from outside the company; rehiring former employees (“boomerang”) and steps … Read more »

In 2012, Bill Allen and Mary Pejter, the Human Resources Department Maersk Group sat to consider some important aspects of the Maersk talent management strategy. Headquartered in Copenhagen, was a global conglomerate with large Maersk shipping and oil & gas company. Among the talent management issues discussed. An increase in fluctuation, internal training and development programs; hiring experienced talent from outside the company; reinstatement of former employees (“boomerang”), and increasing diversity in the workforce
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Boris Groysberg,
Sarah L. Abbott
Source: Harvard Business School
20 pages.
Release Date: 19, June 2012. Prod #: 412147-PDF-ENG
AP Moller – Maersk Group: Evaluation of Strategic Talent Management Initiatives HBR case solution

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