With this motto, Glaswerke Arnold GmbH & Co. KG from the Saxon St. Egidien, introduced itself to the visitors of the labor market fair “Beruf und Bildung am Sachsenring”.
On March 23, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the attendees of the information event were able to learn more about more than 90 regional companies as well as their training opportunities and professions and had the chance to get in contact with the employers.
Due to the high number of exhibitors, the exhibition area was enlarged from the press center to the starting and finishing tower of the Sachsenring.
Because of the good connection to the public transport the rush to the fair was very high.
In addition to prospective apprentices, many career changers as well as experienced visitors found their way around the site to get to know the different professions with the help of the creative booths of the companies.
Prior to the start of the event at 9 a.m., the representatives of Glaswerke Arnold GmbH & Co. KG arrived at the exhibition grounds to set up their new booth.
This also included providing and decorating samples which gave the interested parties a very good impression on the large number of different products of the company.
The booth was staged by the LED strips used.
On two large posters behind the stand the meaningful motto “Voll G(l)as” was shown.
This illustrates the importance of the quality in relation to the products, but above all, the conscientious promotion of the workforce and trainees.
After the construction work was completed, the Lord Mayor of Hohenstein-Ernstthal, L. Kluge, welcomed the audience and opened the well- attended fair.
The exhibitors of Glaswerke Arnold GmbH & Co. KG spent three hours of active and pleasant conversation. A part of this was also the consulting service for prospective apprentices on regional training opportunities.
Questions about different job profiles were answered and the different job profiles were introduced in detail.
As the number of visitors gradually decreased, the day came to an end at around 3 p.m.
In retrospect, it was a rewarding event that was suitable for all ages, as all attendees were taught instructive knowledge. Further to that, a good contact to the people could be established.