“Today has great importance for both those honoured and Gissler & Pass. It is a symbol of mutual appreciation. After all, excellence can only be achieved through respectful interaction and a harmonious environment.” With these words, the management team for the Gissler & Pass Jülich-based packaging specialists welcomed those employees who are celebrating an anniversary to its festive celebration on 9th November in the Adria restaurant in the Lich-Steinstraß area of Jülich.
The Managing Directors, Thomas Gissler-Weber and Manfred Schlapps explicitly thanked those present for their trust, their loyalty and their high levels of solidarity over impressive periods of 25 and 40 years and reflected briefly on their professional careers. The management team: “Mixed age groups featuring the experience of old hands and young minds are the most successful. It is only possible to build a company culture and to further broaden these values through long-standing employees. They know the company, the structure and management’s expectations and can pass this knowledge on to new additions and youngsters.”
40 years of company affiliation, for which Kenan Albayrak, Ismail Cetinkaya and Rolf Flock were honoured, is an excellent professional life achievement said management. “Each individual person has made a considerable contribution to Gissler & Pass’ development and success during their long-standing work. This year we are proud that, alongside the three golden needles for 40 years, we are able to present six employees with the silver needle for 25 years of loyalty.
Honoured for 40 years of company affiliation:
Kenan Albayrak, Ismail Cetinkaya and Rolf Flock
Honoured for 25 years of company affiliation:
Bianca Hagedorn, Roswitha Hoven, Vincenzo Milicia, Alexander Morlang, Agnes Schmitz and Detlef Wittkopp
From left to right:
Manfred Schlapps, Agnes Schmitz, Roswitha Hoven, Rolf Flock, Vincenzo Milicia, Kenan Albayrak, Ismail Cetinkaya, Thomas Gissler-Weber
Not present: Bianca Hagedorn, Alexander Morlang (Rodenberg), Detlef Wittkopp (Rodenberg).
Alexander Morlang and Detlef Wittkopp were honoured in the Rodenberg factory.