The gender pay gap reporting has been introduced as an instrument to measure the difference between men and women’s average salary within the organisation and to get greater transparency across UK with an ambition to close the gender pay gap in the future.
Odfjell Drilling UK Ltd.’s Gender Pay report for 2018 has now been published and is available under Corporate Governance under Odfjell Drilling/About.
Odfjell Drilling Ltd. reports for the second quarter of 2019
Odfjell Drilling has today signed a firm drilling contract with oil major Total for drilling offshore South Africa with the 6th generation semi-submersible Deepsea Stavanger
Odfjell Drilling has today received firm bank commitments for a refinancing related to its 2019 debt maturities, as further described below.
Following the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap information) Regulations 2017, all UK companies with more than 250 employees will have to publish details of their gender pay gap in line with the Government’s Gender Pay Gap Reporting Requirements.
Odfjell Drilling’s business in Norway is growing as two new semisubmersibles are joining the fleet in 2019. In the next months, we will employ more than 200 operational personnel, engineers and administrative support personnel to support our growing North Sea activities.