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22/04/2014
News
Pelsan lighting continues to reward its employees

Pelsan Lighting has rewarded the successful projects that were completed in one year within the scope of “Recognition and Appreciation System” put into practice in 2011 by the Human Resources Department and the owners of the projects.

Recognition and Appreciation System provides the opportunity to determine all efforts and acts that contributed to reach the company’s objectives and strategies and to award the relevant employees for their endeavours. The system also plays an important role in enabling the employees to adopt the habit of working on project basis.

Pelsan 2013 Prize Ceremony took place on April 21st at Istanbul Greater City Municipality Atakent Cultural Centre. The evening during which prizes under the categories of “Team of the Year”, “Product Development”, “Project of the Year”, “Creativity and Innovation”, “Customer Satisfaction”, “The Proposition of the Year”, “Pelsan Prizes for Success” and Resit Gogus Special Prize” were awarded was again a big success and attracted great attention.
The evening, with the participation of 476 employees of Pelsan family and special guests, was hosted by the Chairman of Pelsan Mehmet Resit Gogüs, Board Members Yigit Gogus and Yurdem Gogus Coruhlu. After the welcome speeches and the presentation of the prizes, the evening ended with a concert by the percussion group called “Lighting the Rhythm” consisting of Pelsan employees and the percussion artist Engin Gürkey.

The percussion concert of the group that took the stage at the end of the evening expressed perfectly the meaning and the importance of the evening reflecting the themes of team work, team spirit, and synergy. Pelsan products were again used as instruments this year consisting of street and road armatures, park and garden armatures, waterproof armatures and office armatures. The amazing show continued with the solo shows of Pelsan employees. Pelsan products were distributed to the audience and created a huge orchestra of 500 people who accompanied the “Lighting the Rhythm” group making its mark at the price ceremony.