Tag: Employment in Bermuda

Cruise Job Orientation Sessions Start Tomorrow

Cruise Job Orientation Sessions Start Tomorrow

As the Ministry of Home Affairs and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines [RCCL], gear up to host this week’s employment information session for those looking for a career on board a cruise ship, one young Bermudian has been singled out for finding quick success on board an NCL ship. Last year, the Ministry partnered with Norwegian Cruise Lines [NCL] to... Read more of this article

Royal Caribbean Cruise Employment Opportunity

Royal Caribbean Cruise Employment Opportunity

The Ministry of Home Affairs announced today [Mar 12] that it will be hosting an employment orientation session on March 26 and 27 for those interested in working in the cruise line industry. Last year, the Ministry partnered with Norwegian Cruise Lines [NCL] to introduce an employment opportunity which afforded Bermudians a chance to work on board... Read more of this article

Second Custodial Technician Training Program

Second Custodial Technician Training Program

Next week, the Department of Workforce Development will conduct its second Custodial Technician Training programme, this time for custodial staff working within the Ministry of Education. Earlier last month the Ministry of Home Affairs announced the introduction of a two-week Custodial Technician Certification training programme as part of Government’s... Read more of this article

Four Bermudians Made Redundant At Catlin

Four Bermudians Made Redundant At Catlin

Catlin Insurance Company Ltd. said that “as part of a global business realignment, 4 Bermudian employees, a small number of our overall local workforce, have been made redundant as certain tasks are transferred to a Catlin Group Shared Services Centre in Europe.” Graham Pewter, CEO of Catlin Bermuda said: “Catlin is increasingly centralising... Read more of this article

Almost 200 People Attend Hospitality Career Fair

Almost 200 People Attend Hospitality Career Fair

[Updated with video + slideshow] The Ministry of Home Affairs in partnership with the Bermuda Hotel Association [BHA] hosted the 2014 Hospitality Career Fair at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess today [Feb 26], which saw almost 200 people attend. The aim of the Hospitality Career Fair was to encourage suitably qualified Bermudians to apply for job opportunities... Read more of this article

Hospitality Career Fair Being Held On Feb 26

Hospitality Career Fair Being Held On Feb 26

The Ministry of Home Affairs in partnership with the Bermuda Hotel Association will host the 2014 Hospitality Career Fair on Wednesday [Feb 26], at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess. The aim of the Hospitality Career Fair is to encourage suitably qualified Bermudians to apply for job opportunities in advance of the upcoming 2014 Tourism season. Participating... Read more of this article

Tourism In “Final Employment Discussions”

Tourism In “Final Employment Discussions”

The Bermuda Tourism Authority [BTA] said that it is in final employment discussions with 15 Bermuda Department of Tourism [BDOT] staff regarding job offers. The BTA said, “In the Bermuda office, 10 members of the BDOT team applied for positions at the BTA, two subsequently withdrew and the BTA has now finalised discussions with three of them. “Those... Read more of this article

PLP Calls For Action On Domestic Worker Abuse

PLP Calls For Action On Domestic Worker Abuse

A recent advertisement for a live-in housekeeper “has once again brought the issue of abuse of domestic workers to light and the PLP is calling for urgent action,” Shadow Minister of Home Affairs Walter Roban said today. The ad was seeking one person work at three separate households, and do all aspects of general cleaning, heavy cleaning,... Read more of this article

PLP Supports Linking Concessions To Jobs

PLP Supports Linking Concessions To Jobs

After ten people were made redundant on Tuesday [Jan 28] at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, Shadow Home Affairs Minister Walter Roban says that the Progressive Labour Party supports linking future concession packages to jobs and opportunities for Bermudians and that concessions should also be tied to succession planning and workforce diversity. Mr Roban... Read more of this article

Ministry Introduces Custodial Technician Training

Ministry Introduces Custodial Technician Training

The Ministry of Home Affairs announced today [Jan 27] that in a “simultaneous effort to get Bermudians back to work and reduce the issuance of work permits in the field,” they launched a Custodial Technician Certification training programme in collaboration with industry partners. The two-week course, which has 12 participants, is currently... Read more of this article