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The Lange Nacht Der Industrie (Long Night of Industry) was held again for the fifth time in Saarland on 15th October2015. The event provides an exclusive, otherwise unattainable insight into what goes on behind the scenes at industrial companies. A total of 20 companies from the region took part in this year’s event. And for several years now, Hager Group has also been among those participating. The evening is organised by the Saarland Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) in cooperation with the metal and electrical industry association ME Saar, which is headed by Oswald Bubel.
All attendees are invited to take a look at two companies during the Long Night of Industry– so for Hager Group; this equated to two groups each consisting of 50 visitors. School children, students, people looking for jobs or training opportunities, employees and other interested parties all got to know Hager Group at the company presentation, plus they were also taken on a tour of the factory and given additional information on care management and personnel development. A particular emphasis here was on training opportunities available and care management services.
"The Long Night of Industry is a chance for us to showcase our company and to inform young people, young professionals or employees looking to make a career change about Hager Group. It also provides an opportunity for us to present ourselves as an attractive employer. Alongside the main target groups already mentioned, guests who simply wanted to find out more about Hager Group were obviously also welcome,” says Benjamin Schröder, a project manager in event organisation.
It’s great to see that the event has been met with such a positive response and that so many people are interested in Hager Group. I can only recommend taking part in the Long Night of Industry; it’s a great way to get to know local companies from the region," explains Florian Schulz, a technical trainee in enclosures project management.