Marshalls has once again celebrated the commitment and hard work of employees who have been with the company for 25 years, at a presentation which took place yesterday at Oulton Hall, Leeds.
The 15 employees have accumulated 375 years of service between them, and were presented with either a watch, gift vouchers or donation to a charity of their choice, as well as a certificate by Chief Executive Martyn Coffey.
The employees work at various Marshalls sites across the country, and are part of Marshalls’ long and rich history. The company was founded in the late 1800s by Solomon Marshall who registered S. Marshalls & Sons Ltd in 1904 having seen that a living could be made from the quarrying business after working as a foreman at Pond Quarry, Brighouse.
Today Marshalls maintains a strong presence in West Yorkshire, including its head office in Elland, as well as having a number of sites across England, Scotland, and Wales.
Marshalls Chief Executive, Martyn Coffey said: “The Long Service Awards is a fantastic event which celebrates the commitment of Marshalls employees, and gives me the opportunity to personally thank those who have contributed so much to Marshalls’ success over the last 25 years.
“It’s important to celebrate our colleague’s loyalty, dedication and hard work as we believe our people are truly our biggest asset. A huge thank you to everyone who attended today’s event.”