It has become a tradition at SENNEBOGEN to pay tribute to long-standing employees at the end of the year. A total of 17 employees at the Straubing locations were recently honoured for their many years of loyalty to the family company. The special hour of celebration was dedicated to long-serving employees with 10 or 25 years of service, up to 40 years of loyalty to the company. Managing Director Erich Sennebogen not only looked back on the past year, but also on many years of successful cooperation, and honoured deserving employees for their long-standing loyalty: "As employees, you are the foundation of a successful company," he explained, emphasising that it is precisely those employees with a long period of service who are the supporting pillars of the company due to their experience. As shareholders, Erich and Walter Sennebogen thanked the employees for their loyalty and presented them with a gift in recognition of their service. In addition, five deserving colleagues were also bid farewell to their retirement. With August Dunst, Jiri Havlicek, Karoly Nagy, Alexander Maier and Ludwig Reischer, five long-standing colleagues left the company for their well-earned retirement.
"As employees, you are the foundation of a successful company," explained Erich Sennebogen and emphasized that especially the employees with a long service life are the supporting pillars of the company due to their experience.
For 10 years of service, the management thanked seven employees with a gift: Christine Birk, Markus Bugl, Wolfgang Greil, Florian Soller, Anton Urban, Helmut Urban and Johannes Weiß. Some of them had already started their apprenticeship at SENNEBOGEN.
Nine employees were honoured for 25 years of service: Stefan Berzl, Esad Dedic, Anita Deschl, Titu Hategan, Udo Kandert, Josef Kettl, Hermann Lauerer, Hans Siedersbeck and Sabine Weizenauer remained loyal to the company for a quarter of a century.
With Franz Kneitinger, a colleague could also be honoured for 40 years of service to the company. He was able to enjoy the award from the hands of Erich and Walter Sennebogen.