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Impact Crew in the UK is compiling data about crew turnover through a survey it launched at the Monaco show last month. The goal of the survey is to discover the primary factors behind crew turnover and the real reasons why crew would leave a position of employment on board.

“With a greater depth of understanding of the push and pull factors, we will be able to provide some compelling data that could help drive changes in the yachting industry to reduce turnover on board and improve the work experience of crew,” said Karen Passman, founder and managing director of Impact Crew.

Impact Crew was launched in 2007 and specializes in leadership and team development in the superyacht industry.

The survey will remain open for a few months to get as much response as possible. All yacht crew are invited to participate: www.surveymonkey.com/s/ImpactCrew

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