The company currently has around 870 employees on permanent contracts, including 235 Sédiensaires and 635 Navigants, while one third of sailors and 20% of sedentaries find their bases in Corsica, the other employees being on the continent.
During the summer of 2017, the company recruited more than 500 employees, mainly flight crews, hoteliers and hospitality workers (90%) to cope with the seasonal rise in attendance.
In addition, all CORSICA linea employees work within French law and according to applicable collective agreements, as well as under the French Pavillon 1st register for seafarers.
Diversity and pluralism
Although the Merchant Navy is still a highly masculine universe, the company works on a daily basis for the integration and development of women's personnel both on board and on the ground.
Training & professional development
Throughout their career in the company, employees are regularly trained, especially on health and safety procedures to minimize accidents related to the inherent dangerousness of the activity.
Respect for employees
Harmony between all employees is a key to the success of the company.
CORSICA linea is committed to listening to everyone and making a regular assessment to validate the progress points and professional projects.
In addition, the company has initiated a profit-sharing process so that all employees can reap the rewards of the company's success.
Sedentary staff and support functions
Nearly 240 so-called sedentary people ensure, among other things, the development of the company, the quality of all its internal or external services, and the safety of ships.
Commerce, Marketing, Customer Relationship, IT, Finance, Human Resources, Purchasing, QHSSE, Technical (Repair and Maintenance Shops activities) ... are all sectors invested by the sedentary CORSICA linea.
Land-based staff of the Harbor Agencies
Welcome and inform passengers, sell tickets, embark and disembark, manage consignment and freight, guide and guide ... all its missions are the staff onshore 3 Agencies (Marseille, Bastia and Ajaccio) of the company maritime. Professionalism, organization, patience, pedagogy and interpersonal skills are the essential assets to ensure these missions.
The boats providing the connections to Corsica, Maghreb and Sardinia each include a crew composed of several complementary trades, guided by Merchant Navy Officers:
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