Love Moulded at TEX Plastics!

Love Moulded at TEX Plastics!

Left to right: Anthony & Christine Jones (Operations Manager & HR Manager) and Charlotte & Craig Tunnicliffe (Customer Services Assistant and Commercial Manager) who all met and married whilst working at TEX Plastics.

With such a wide and diverse workforce, TEX Plastics is known for looking after its people, but we never thought of ourselves as a matchmaker - maybe we should!


Couples who meet at work were most likely to marry

Apparently 14% of couples who met through work ended up married, compared to 11 per cent who were introduced by friends. This was certainly true of several couple who met whilst working at TEX Plastics. Not only did love blossom, but careers developed. Maybe this is because being in a relationship where you work in the same place as your partner also means you have something in common before you even get to know each other, and being in the same career means you are both like-minded and have similar interests. While other couples may struggle to talk to their other half about work when they get home at the end of a long day - because they don't understand or simply aren't interested - you're not going to have that problem if you marry a work colleague.


Cupid is busy at TEX Plastics on Valentine’s Day

Cupid, in classical mythology, is the god of love who is often portrayed as a mischievous, bow-wielding figure responsible for causing people to fall in love. Valentine's Day is the day to celebrate love and affection between intimate companions. At TEX Plastics we have numerous examples of romantic workplace relationships. In our experience they contribute to higher job satisfaction, because having a supportive partner at work can enhance the overall work experience.

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