Employees honoured for up to 45 years of service
During this year's company celebration in December 2018, CWG manager Christian Weber was able to honour a total of nine employees for their lengthy service up to and including the year 2018.
Mr Waldemar Proch received congratulations and a gift basket to mark his 25 years with the company.
Mrs Brigitte Digeser and Konrad Reiner (right-hand picture) celebrated very special anniversaries of their own. Mrs Digeser was honoured for 45 years and Mr Reiner for 40 years of service with the company and received a certificate from the IHK along with a company gift.
These many years of loyalty to the company constitute an extraordinary achievement and a lengthy period of time to be appreciated. The two receiving the honour experienced every creative stage of CWG Christian Weber along the way, including the move from the town centre to Zeppelinstraße, and the extensions that followed. Ultimately, both of them grew alongside CWG Christian Weber and to this day, both employees are still working at our Gosheim plant.
The following employees have been working for the company for 10 years: Wladimir Kunn, Dennis Kärcher, Kayhan Demir, Natalya Ohl, Dimitri Hochweiss and Svetlana Benz. Each of those celebrating an anniversary received a gift from the company.
Vitalij Fuhr, Jakob Pelz, Johann Schäfer, Francine Cura, Peter Benz and Hans-Bernd Schmidt are all set to commence their retirement.
Romuald Weber thanked them on behalf of management for their long-standing cooperation, presented them with a gift and stated that long-standing employees are an important pillar and a key to the success of a company.
The proceeds of the annual tombola brought in a considerable amount of money and were increased by management to make a total of €2,000. Traditionally, the proceeds are donated to a charitable organisation. Lebenshilfe Tuttlingen was delighted to receive this considerable sum this year. Over €40,000 has been donated to charitable organisations during recent years. The company considers it a social duty to support these organisations in their daily activities and to ensure they can continue providing a service to those in need.