Today is officially Employee Appreciation Day which is something the Allendale Group celebrate every day of the year, not just on the first Friday of March. It’s a day for companies to thank their employees for their hard work and effort throughout the year and was created for the purpose of strengthening the bond between employer and employee. As a thank you to our staff, we had a sweet surprise for our UK employees and everyone received a box of chocolates to enjoy over the weekend (if the chocolates get to the weekend that is).
Thank you to all of our employees around the world for your continued hard work all year round, we appreciate it immensely. If you would like to join a winning team where you will be appreciated every day, browse our current job vacancies here.
Here at Allendale, we like to get out and about visiting key partners to keep up to date with the latest products and technical training, so we can continue to provide you, our valued customers, with technical information and helpful advice on the products we market.
We recently visited the Bowers Group for extended product knowledge & training, specifically on Sylvac, Moore & Wright and Bowers products, sharing information on how such products and technologies can benefit specific industries, and enabling us to give you the best advice on appropriate products for your business.
We witnessed informative demonstrations by Bowers' Engineers on their latest range of Bore Gauges and Data Capture Systems, our Technical Product Specialist team acquired key information to help you when it comes to deciding on the best product for your needs.
We thank our friends at Bowers for hosting us and look forward to our next visit. In the meantime, you can browse the ranges we offer on our website, safe in the knowledge that our staff are trained by the Bowers Group on how to get the best out of them.
Axe throwing is a sport in which the competitor throws an axe at a target, attempting to hit the bulls eye as near as possible. YouTube sensations, GameGrumps, uploaded a video of their Axe Throwing Contest for this edition of 10-Minute Power Hour and they used a Vernier Caliper to measure the distance inside the segment where the axe has landed. By using the Vernier Caliper, the GameGrump team could accurately measure who was close to the bulls eye whilst avoiding any ‘cheating’ happening.