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What’s The Longest Period Of Time You’ve Worked For One Company? [Poll]

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Grand Rapids-based company Knape & Vogt is celebrating the 50-year anniversaries of three employees.

A fourth employee has worked at Knape & Vogt for 54 years.

Wow.

What’s the longest period of time you’ve worked for one company?

 

 

WZZM has more about Knape & Vogt:

Knape & Vogt officials say they don’t have a forced retirement age for any of their employees, so it’s up to these four workers when they want to retire. Once company employees reach the 50-year milestone, each gets to choose a personal, private parking space in the parking lot.

50 years earns you a few perks.

My record is similar to 50…just without the zero after the 5.

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