For four decades, Michael Rosier and Gerard Little have loved working hard and seeing their friends.
The two Self Help Workplace employees were recognised for the effort at an awards celebration on Wednesday.
General manager Donna Bain said they were immensely proud of the two.
"Both of them have made a tremendous contribution to Self Help Workplace and continue to be valued members of our team," she said.
"Michael works in our timber area and is responsible for cutting quality garden stakes and survey pegs which are sold throughout the state.
"Gerard works in Merit and does important work such as delivering catering orders, cutting rags and picking up and dropping of bins for secure document destruction."
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Mr Little and Mr Rosier said they enjoyed their time at Self Help Workplace for the work and the friendships they had made along the way.
They were both thrilled to be honoured for their combined 80 years of employment.
"It's very nice, very important to be recognised after such as long time of service here," Mr Little said.
Other members recognised included Sean Stoward and Karen Chick for 30 years of employment, and Courtney Wilkes for 10 years of employment.
Tasmanian Food and Allied Trades Association president David Lanham presented the awards.
"Self Help Workplace not only makes a real difference in the lives of people with disability by providing them with meaningful and productive employment, it is also an important part of the Northern economy," he said.
"Self Help Workplace is making a real difference in the lives of people with disability and we are very happy to be able to support them in this important work."
For more information about Self Help Workplace, visit selfhelp.com.au.