Before lisa reinwand, andreas schmidt and simon vonhausen from 1. September at maintal confituren to industrial clerks or. When they were being trained as food technologists, they were able to get a taste of what it’s like to work at a company with their family and friends. This has been a tradition in the family business for several years, according to a press report.
The visit focused on getting to know the future employer, the colleagues and also the trainees among each other, the company says. After a welcome by maintal managing director anne feulner, the new trainees and their parents gained their first insights into the company and the different work areas during an exclusive tour of the company.
Afterwards, open questions were clarified and the maintal range was tasted in a relaxed atmosphere over a joint meal.
Anne feulner emphasized the great importance of training at maintal konfituren: "as a family business with more than 130 years of history, it is very important for us to recruit competent young people from the region for our company. We currently employ a total of ten apprentices in the professions of industrial clerk, food technology specialist and warehouse logistics specialist, as well as dual students."
only recently, melina hetzel had successfully completed her training as an industrial clerk and was taken on as a sales assistant.