Host launches incentive Programme
(Posted on 08/05/19)
T. Parker Host has announced a new management incentive programme, awarding packages to over 30 employees in its first round of grants.
T. Parker Host is a total solutions provider for the maritime industry, specializing in agency, terminal operations, and marine assets.
“Our team members are the key to Host’s success, and we created the incentive program to recognize their outstanding efforts and commitment to growing the company,” said Chairman and CEO Adam Anderson. “Many of our employees have been with us for decades, and it was important to the management team and our investors that the rising tide truly lifts all boats. It was my honour to call each recipient directly and let them know how proud I am to have them as partners. Employees are now direct beneficiaries of the value they are helping create at Host.”
Host employees who received grants in this first round are comprised of team members from all departments, locations, and positions across the company. Managers, operators, administrative assistants, accountants, agency staff, human resources, and marketing team members were all represented. The goal of this first round was to reward key team members who adapted their roles over the past 10 years during which time Host grew over 500%.
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