PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT
Thousands of employers across the UK have pledged their support to the Armed Forces community by signing the Armed Forces Covenant – a Ministry of Defence scheme designed to encourage employers to hire veterans.
BECOME A FORCES-FRIENDLY EMPLOYER
Employing Armed Forces community members can help diversify the talent in your workforce. Find out more about being a forces friendly employer.
Employers can choose specific promises or pledges to support their employees within the Armed Forces community. Local authorities promise to encourage local communities in supporting the Armed Forces community, including promoting understanding and awareness.
SHARE THE FILMS
Joanna Lumley, Ray Winstone and Hugh Bonneville are but some of the celebrities that have rallied together to star in a series of short films produced to promote military veteran employment.
Help us reach as many businesses as possible by sharing the films with your employees, customers and suppliers.
READ THE REPORT
Read the Veterans Work report, produced in partnership by Deloitte, the Officers’ Association (OA) and Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT). Gain a better understanding of the significant business benefits of recruiting from the veteran talent pool.
Here we introduce the key organisations who can help and what each one does. Find out how they can support your business to access talented Service leavers.
The Ministry of Defence’s Relationship Management team (DRM) provides an accessible interface between Defence and British employers - a single point of contact for all Defence personnel matters.
As the MoD’s official provider of Armed Forces Resettlement, the Career Transition Partnership (CTP) has the unique position of being able to connect employers with this unrivalled pool of ex-military talent.
The Officers’ Association (OA) supports employers looking to fill executive roles. It also works closely with businesses to develop bespoke programmes to attract, select and develop the ex-military talent pool.
The RFEA works with thousands of employers who see the value of military experience and the benefits of recruiting from a talent pool of 20,000 service leavers and veterans who engage with them every year.