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Hanson Directory celebrates with appreciation day

Published: Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 11:11 a.m. CST

In today’s society, corporate America is perceived as being uptight, greedy, selfish and uncaring. For Hanson Directory Service, its employees are its best assets and they go the extra mile to show their appreciation.

Hanson Directory Service proves they are a company that cares about their employees, the businesses they service and the communities they cater. Hanson Directory Service shatters these perceptions by creating an environment for their employees that encourages communication and growth. They pride themselves on having the ability to meet tight deadlines and produce high-quality products, while having fun and creating a sense of family among their team members.

Company President, Bill Hanson, showed his high level of appreciation for how hard the Hanson team works, by throwing a Hanson Appreciation Day Picnic on July 29.

Starting with a catered lunch, the Hanson Directory Service crew competed in contests and games, where the winners received a variety of prizes.

“Without all of our dedicated employees, our company could not have been as successful for the last 41 years,” Hanson said. “It took all of us to achieve that.”

This particular event is not the first time Hanson Directory Service has shown their appreciation for their employees. Year after year, Hanson Directory Service creates a family type of atmosphere through many events, including annual Christmas parties, banquets, potlucks and friendly competitions.

“We are very proud of our employees, their accomplishments and the incredible contributions they continue to make to our organization,” said Heather Wolf, vice president and production. “Thank you to Bill for hosting such a wonderful event.”

To learn more about Hanson contact hansonjobs@hansondirectory.com or Hanson Directory Service, Inc., 1501 N. 15th Ave. E., Newton, IA 50208.

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