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Work hard, play hard Incentive
Performance Related Play!
“Think all company incentives are the same, think again. Our ‘Performance Related Play’ incentive gives the opportunity for the top 30 CHAMPIONS to be flown to South Africa to enjoy a fun-filled experience at Leobo Private Reserve – a stunning 20,000 acre estate in the beautiful Waterberg mountains. Activities on site include Helicopter paintball, skydiving, climbing, quad bike safaris, the list goes on.”
Our aim is to develop an engaged workforce who feel inspired to deliver excellent results, and who are strongly aligned to the aspirations of our organisation. All employees will be given personal objectives which align to company-measured metrics and will also be measured on how well they uphold our CHAMPION core values.
Our UK employees will have an opportunity to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience that they’ll remember for years to come. Our top 30 performers will be flown to South Africa in May 2017 to stay at Leobo Private Reserve, a completely private 20,000 acre estate based in the beautiful Waterberg Mountains and home to the award winning ‘Observatory Bush Villa’.
The Leobo Private Reserve is fantastically well equipped for fun – there are quad bikes, dirt buggies, horses, mountain bikes, motor bikes, helicopters, clay shooting, fishing and more. For those who want to play, activities include helicopter paintballing, skydiving, golf, climbing, abseiling and quad bike safaris. For those who wish to relax there is kayaking, safari trips, massage and spa treatments, star gazing in the Observatory and scenic helicopter flights.
What our staff think of Hardware.com
As the company grew so did the role and the amount of stock. The warehouse grew too which meant new ways of holding the stock and I was able to help implement new ideas for handling this. To this day, stock is still booked in and controlled in the way we devised back then.
I then moved to a new role within the despatch area before being given the opportunity to become warehouse supervisor: this meant working closely with the warehouse manager in all the day-to-day events of the warehouse. A stint working in the logistics department also gained me great experience in dealing with loans and stock control.
In 2012 I decided a change was needed. The company was very supportive and offered me a role within the purchasing department. The knowledge I learned from my time in the warehouse time has really helped in this position.
Within the company, all the managers and directors are very approachable and everyone makes you feel welcome. Over the years I've seen the company grow from a small company to a still growing larger company and it really is a great place to work."
Starting out in the warehouse as an operative, I have managed to progress through the ranks to Operations Manager and the group has always supported me in my ambitions to move forward with new employment opportunities and relevant education.
With an employer, you always hope that you will get out as much as you put in. Working for Hardware.com, I feel that for all the hard work I have put in to the group over the years, the company has given me as much back in return.
I’ve always felt part of the family at Hardware.com. The time and money Hardware.com invest in its employees is something not every employer is willing to undertake."
In house training sessions have given me the understanding and credibility required when prospecting and generating new business.
Working with different Vendors from week-to-week provides exciting challenges, learning about new technologies and how to position them."