What sets us apart
The Groenenboom family business was founded in 1986. Our colleagues that worked here from the start will retire in coming years. But the mere fact that they worked here all this time says it all! We have a team of about 35 employees. There are no differences between starters, interns, flex workers or veteran colleagues. We get things done together!
Training courses we offer…
We greatly value personal development. Training means investing in our employees and our company.
At Groenenboom, every new employee will start an SCC and forklift course within 3 months after the start of their employment.
Our employees take various courses and programmes every year. Whether you want to get your B driving license, or enrol in a course in MIG Stainless-Steel welding, it’s all open for discussion! Every month, we have a toolbox meeting. In 2022, we had toolbox meetings about physical strain, container inspection and working with grinders, among others.
We have planned some great training programmes for next year as well!
Groenenboom is a practical training company. Read the success story of Olek here:
Groenenboom has its own HR consultant with over 20 years of experience when it comes to recruitment and other HR matters.
Her expertise covers anything in the area of recruitment, employment, onboarding, training and retaining staff. For any questions about salaries, employment conditions, the collective labour agreement, etc., please feel free to contact the HR department: email@example.com
Our 5S guide and company regulations
Groenenboom has its own company regulations and 5S guide, both in Dutch and English.
As we mentioned above, we get things done together! Teamwork is paramount at Groenenboom. We respect each other and help each other if necessary. We greatly value collegiality and a good atmosphere.
We are happy with our team, and aren’t afraid to show that!
We regularly have lunches together to stay in contact with each other. We celebrate successes with cake and the occasional snack day! Every year, we hand out the traditional pastry letters and Christmas boxes.