Genting cruise ships to roll out HR management system

The Dream Cruises’ flagship Genting Dream will be among the ships fitted with the system The Dream Cruises’ flagship Genting Dream will be among the ships fitted with the system

Maritime HR software company Adonis reports that Genting Hong Kong is to implement the complete Adonis Human Resource Management System for Star Cruises, providing centralised management of HR, payroll and crewing processes to coordinate its offices, agent network and eight-ship fleet.

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