We want employees to be ambitious and to challenge themselves throughout their careers. This creates a positive and enjoyable working environment that you can thrive in. We make you feel part of the Dawsongroup family throughout your entire career with us. As a result, our efficient and effective level of service is maintained, making sure customers get only the very best from our dedicated teams.
Service Manager Daniel Poismans receives his 20 year service award from Managing Director Rod Benham becoming the 15th current employee to reach that milestone. Danny joined as an Apprentice Refrigeration Engineer while still 16 year old, qualifying a Refrigeration Engineer before becoming the Refrigeration Bay Supervisor in 2010. In 2016 he made the move into the Office running the Service Desk and now at the age of 36 is a key member of the Senior Management Team with responsibility for the Fleet Desk, Projects & Service.
Managing Director Rod Benham commented “As a business we always give employees the opportunity to progress and while we have always done well with our Electrical & Refrigeration Apprentices, not just the high retention rate post qualification but we have three others in our Service or Technical teams who are still young but already with a combined service of 40 years. However, one thing Danny should be very proud of is his introduction of office based apprentices particularly as one of his first batch is about to take her first managerial role, Customer Operations Manager Dawsongroup Process & Climate Control, as she approaches her 21st birthday”.
Danny commented “I am very proud of my achievements in my first 20 years with the business. I have seen and been part of a lot of changes over the years, experienced various roles and am very grateful for the opportunities that have been presented to me. Dawsongroup today is so much more different to the one I joined 20 years ago and it is very clear that employees have a great opportunity to progress within the business and that the company will invest in its people. My aim is to help the next generation of DGTCS employees develop and we have made a great start with our current bunch of apprentices and trainees”.