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Sodexo Offshore infographic: result of our 2014 global survey

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In 2014, Sodexo surveyed more than 9,000 oil & gas offshore professionals on 220 offshore units worldwide.
Today, only 22% of them are very satisfied with their living conditions on board.
In this infographic, discover who these professionals are and what they expect in terms of quality of life at work.

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Sodexo Offshore infographic: result of our 2014 global survey

  1. 1. Based on a study with 9,030 oshore professionals* QUALITY OF LIFE: OFFSHORE EMPLOYEE EXPECTATIONS Working oshore is much more than a professional decision. This environment has direct consequences on workers’ lifestyle and relationships both at sea and at home. Today, only 22% of oshore employees are very satisfied with their living conditions on board. Surrounded by water for weeks at a time, they experience monotony, loss of space and time markers, cramped living quarters and a sense of isolation. Who are these professionals? What do they expect in terms of quality of life at work? 42% 31% 19% 8% 47% workers 36 - 45 years old 61% INDIVIDUAL PROFILES 55% 45% without children under 18 with children under 18 PROFESSIONAL PROFILES 24% technical operators have been working on the same installation for more than one year 34% for more than 3 years 46 - 55 years old 20% engineers and middle management 58% 34% WHAT ARE THEIR EXPECTATIONS IN TERMS OF QUALITY OF LIFE? 97% improved communication with family and friends while on board 90% THE “YOUNG CREW” HAS MORE EXPECTATIONS Under 35 Over 55 63% 68% 74% 78% 82% 85% Connectivity Entertainment and leisure Healthy food options Coaching 79% 74% WORKERS PARTICULARLY VALUE SOME QUALITY OF LIFE FACTORS Workers 55 years old Sodexo’s 5,000 employees working oshore deliver services that improve the Quality of Life of crews on more than 500 oshore units around the globe. We perform these services at any location and at any stage, from Asian shipyards to country of operation. Based on more than 45 years of experience with oshore clients, we oer a range of innovative services including Well Track, a wellness program, and eciency@sea, a solution to refurbish living quarters without disruption to operations. www.sodexo.com/oshore Sodexo survey with 9,030 oshore professionals interviewed in June-July 2014 on 220 oshore units worldwide (Angola, Brazil, Denmark, Gabon, Gulf of Mexico, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Norway, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, the Netherlands, Tanzania, Thailand, and UK) * Source: temporary workers permanent salaried contractors employees of oshore Oil Gas companies 8% enhanced community living on board 94% a pleasant environment on board access to healthier food choices 95% Nutritional advice 82% 79% 77% 72% 70% Eco-friendly initiatives 82% 79% 78% 74% 71% Coaching on healthier living at work and at home 81% 75% 74% 69% 61% 82% 78% on healthier living at work and home Eco-friendly initiatives they are more demanding of Their satisfaction level is lower with years old years old Technical operators Administrative sta Engineers Top executives WHO ARE THEY? 30% 96% 70% have a partner 4% are single, divorced or widowed 35 years old: Young crew

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