Royal Caribbean Cruises Seeks Filipino Employees Because Passengers Adore Them
Royal Caribbean Cruises seeks Filipino employees because passengers adore them. Their training center, which is described as a ‘one-stop shop’ to make it more convenient for employees to process their international paperwork, has been set up in Cavite; just a few kilometers off Metro Manila.Mar 20, 20232 Shares216 Views
With the coming of the Ovation of the Seas which is set to join the RCI’s 44 other ships in its fleet by April 2016, Fain said there is a huge opportunity for every Filipino who would want to join their cruise jobs for any of the areas such as marine, hospitality and hotels; among others.
It’s a very aggressive program but our Filipino employees are terrific and we’re looking forward to expanding it,- Fain
Fain also confirmed they intend to hire 11,000 Filipino staff this year and up to as many as 30,000 by 2020; and by opening a direct hiring center in the country would make things a lot easier both for the applicants and the company.
The other thing is they seem to love us, love working for us. They are our best recruiters. They talk to their friends, their neighbors, their in-laws and they bring others to come,- Fain
the RCI CEO added.
We already have more Filipino seafarers than any other nationalities and they provide tremendous level of service. Our guests love them,- Fain
Fain told Cathy Yang during an interview early this week on ANC’s The Boss.
Moreover, Filipinos in return, love their jobs back that they recruit families, friends and neighbors to join them to work aboard the cruise liners.
Royal Caribbean International (RCI) chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) Richard Fain revealed that his company prefers to hire more Filipino staff than any other nationalities because cruise guests seem to love them.
Certainly, there must be some reasons why Royal Caribbean Cruises decided to set up a direct recruitment center here in the Philippines and hire as many as possible Filipinos who are qualified for various positions.