Survey reveals trends in crew happiness

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Crew happiness index has been surveyed for the first quarter of 2015. Crewtoo has launched the Crewtoo Seafarers Happiness Index to monitor important benchmarks of seafarer satisfaction on a regular basis.  The inaugural report shows a seafarer satisfaction level of 6.42 on a scale of 1 to 10 about key issues including general happiness, contact with family, shore leave, wage levels, food, fitness and health, training, interaction onboard, workload, and access to welfare facilities.Slide1

Crew surveyed – 110000

Age surveyed -16-60

Rank – All

Period – January to March 2015

Masters made up the largest proportion of responses by rank; some 11% of respondents stated that they were currently serving in the role of captain. The majority of responses were from seafarers working on bulk carriers and container vessels.

The issues that concerned seafarers the most, as detailed in the first report, included the need for onboard Internet access, the risk…

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