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5/15/2018
Two Hours for the Family at DACHSER

DACHSER Poland once again joined the social campaign conducted by the Humanities Foundation. “Two Hours for the Family” is an action aimed at supporting family bonds. On this occasion, on 15 May, the employees of DACHSER Poland were able to leave their work 2 hours earlier to spend this time with their closest relatives.
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The theme of the seventh edition of the campaign is „Games and fun through the generations”. Fun is a way not only to spend a nice time with the closest people, but also to build mutual relations. DACHSER therefore encourages the employees to enter the world of games from their childhood and show the younger members of the family, how to play hopscotch, dodgeball or paper chase. A seemingly easy and enjoyable task may have an additional role, for example learning how to solve problems, building relationships, establishing cooperation or expressing emotions. Therefore, this is a good way to pass significant values to the new generation. Games are only one example of the ideas for spending extra free time. There are many possibilities – a walk, going to the cinema or to the playground in the park. What’s important is to spend this time with the loved ones.

“DACHSER’s philosophy is based on family values, which is why we are always eager to engage in projects that support strengthening intergenerational bonds. Positive relations with family and friends determine to a great extent the happiness and are a source of high-quality private life, and thus also professional. Creating conditions for balance between these two spheres is an important goal of DACHSER’s internal policy. Therefore, I encourage to spend those two hours on playing together, which will certainly make it a valuable time”, says Grzegorz Lichocik, Ph.D, Managing Director of DACHSER European Logistics Poland.

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