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YachtInfo: Crew Turnover – How Captains can retain good crew for longer

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Date(s) - Nov 6, 2015
08:30 am - 10:00 am

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Nov. 6 YachtInfo: Crew Turnover – How Captains can retain good crew for longer

Panel Chair – Karen Passman, Impact Crew. Every captain and owner enjoys the prospect of a stable crew. Unfortunately, many do not achieve it. High crew turnover has become an accepted way of life for the industry. This panel, chaired by Karen Passman, founder of Impact Crew, will debate and discuss views as to what can be done to increase crew longevity. Impact Crew recently conducted a crew turnover survey to identify the push and pull factors that cause crew to leave their positions. The audience will additionally be invited to contribute their experiences, ideas, and solutions to this issue. AIM Pavilion, Hall of Fame Entrance, 8:30-10:00 a.m.

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