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Quickslide introduces employee profit sharing scheme

Leading trade fabricator, Quickslide, has announced the introduction of a profit sharing scheme, a move that’s designed to reward exceptional perf

Quickslide’s managing director, Michael Connor, commented: “Fundamentally, the profit sharing scheme has been implemented to highlight the fact that everyone that works at Quickslide plays a vital role in the success of the business. From team members on the factory floor, to more senior management figures, we all have a big influence on whether the company stagnates or grows.”

“The scheme is part of a new approach on how we would like staff to really care about Quickslide as a business,” he continued. “The simplest way I can explain this culture change is by encouraging people to not leave their brains and their hearts at the clocking-in machine on the way in, and then pick them back up on the way out. The aim is to promote full engagement and full participation to ensure our customers, who are the real life-blood of the business, remain everyone’s number one priority.”

The profit sharing scheme is applicable to all Quickslide employees who have worked at the company for six months or over, and has been set up to pay out twice a year, at agreed and beneficial times for employees, Christmas and the start of the summer holidays.

Michael Connor concluded: “Thanks to this scheme, we’re not only introducing an exciting new system that will allows us to reward outstanding performance, we’re also implementing an entirely new way of thinking that requires everyone in the business to take responsibility for their personal performance and to push to achieve our business goals.”



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Yorkshire-based Quickslide is best-known for its acclaimed sliding sash windows, and the company has been instrumental in bringing this former niche product into the mainstream of the retrofit and new-build markets, but it also manufactures a wide range of other styles of windows and doors for trade and commercial customers. The company’s workforce has grown in the past 12 months with the addition of a further 10 staff and plans to expand again over the next year.

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