Serica provides a busy, vibrant working environment for our team of 140+ staff with a strong culture that is based on mutual respect and trust. We believe that the quality and positive attitude of our people are what defines the Company and helps us to be successful. To enhance work-life balance we operate a ‘Flex Friday’ compressed working week and our Charities and Social Committee focuses on helping staff to give something back.
To promote the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals with the next generation, Serica challenged children to pick one of the 17 Goals and create a piece of work to teach adults why it matters.
Serica’s short film captures a unique point in time showing the impact of COVID-19 on the day-to-day life on our Bruce asset.
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Serica has recently launched an awareness campaign to highlight the signs of fatigue, providing e-learning and support for staff.
Serica VP Operations, Mike Killeen participated in an OGUK webinar discussing responses to the Covid-19 pandemic and challenges remaining. Serica’s Covid Experience video was shared with participants from around the world.
As fundraising was difficult during lockdown, our Charities Committee donated £500 to CFine, a hard-working charity delivering ever-more valued food aid and counselling to those in need.
Serica fielded six teams in its Lockdown Step Challenge, a great way to encourage staff to get out in the fresh air. Competition was fierce, and £500 donation was given to CFine, one of our chosen charities.
The health of our workforce is fundamentally important. Onshore offices are supplied with fresh fruit, whilst on Bruce the galley offers a tasty healthy option and generally encourages healthy eat/sleep patterns.
At the prestigious SPE 2020 Offshore Achievements Awards, Serica was delighted to take home the trophy in the ‘Great Company - large’ category, our first team award since transition.
Working life can be challenging and as part of our early commitment to team wellbeing Serica has already trained Mental Health First Aiders and displayed awareness posters to ensure staff know there is always someone to turn to. A second round of training is planned for 2020.
Serica staff stepped up to the challenge when the Company sponsored the CLAN Walk in 2019, the charity’s major annual fundraiser. Our commitment to this cancer support charity is ongoing for 2020.