CNCo implemented performance and development framework and rolled out the process in phases throughout 2018. Robust performance and development processes are critical in ensuring a good understanding on how employees can contribute to the overall business objectives, how they can reach their full potential and how they can have a long and rewarding career with CNCo.
The driving performance and developing potential framework aims to support both our people and our business by:
Redesigned Management Trainee Programme
The CNCo Management Trainee programme has been redesigned to be a truly global graduate programme aimed at attracting, engaging and developing local talent within the areas in which we operate and the global shipping industry.
Partnering with local universities and industry bodies, it is a rotational programme that allows graduates to gain a solid understanding of the shipping industry and our business in a hands-on and practical way.
The programme allows trainees to develop their shipping and commercial knowledge, skills and experiences while having access to high quality training programmes on a personal, professional and technical basis. There is also significant exposure to industry networking, senior management and key business leaders with the opportunity to join a vessel trip.
CNCo is proud to offer such a programme and to be contributing to the on-going development of local industry talent for the general public good and for enlightened self-interest.
The Management Trainee (MT) programme at CNCo is a fast-track and structured programme that provides trainees with opportunities to travel the world and to live and work in different locations.
In July 2018, five new trainees joined the MT programme in Singapore. As part of their two-week familiarisation programme, the MTs and business leaders participated in a team building activity where everyone showed off their creative flair – creating scrumptious and delicious food.
Team Singapore whipped up popular local dishes - chicken rice, chili crab and ondeh ondeh (sweet potato balls with a brown sugar centre) while Team Japan hand crafted softshell crab sushi, baked salmon and bite-sized matcha madeleines for dessert.
While both teams impressed the judges, ultimately Team Singapore walked away as champions. But with good food and great company, everyone was definitely a winner!