Posted 18th May

Grohe awards staff at annual conference

By KBBDaily on 18th May 2018 - 10:24am
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Grohe has commended several members of its UK team at its annual conference, which was held close to the company’s UK head office and provides “the opportunity to celebrate the commitment, achievements and hard work of the team”.

The conference also “pays special recognition to those who have really excelled by presenting them with an award for their efforts”. Staff can win awards in three categories, namely ‘Going the Extra Mile, The Departmental Award and The People’s Award.

The winners of the Going the Extra Mile award this year were sales executive Jasvinder Kaur, specification manager for the south Paul Reeve, area sales manager Ian Allsopp, IT support engineer Lee Heavens and receptionist and administration assistant Julie Roach.

The customer service team received The Departmental award, while the first The People’s Award was presented to Julie Roach. Staff were encouraged to nominate and “vote for the individual they wanted to receive recognition for going above and beyond” for the latter.

“This is a great demonstration of the collaborative team spirit at Grohe, allowing us to recognise everyone and, in particular, highlight those individuals who make the extra effort and genuinely make the company a great place to work,” said Grohe’s new UK general manager Ian Sielemann.

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