Employer Engagement Blog

John Wilson

AUGUST 31ST 2018

Employer Engagement update – August 2018

The Defence Employer Engagement strategy aims to develop links between Defence and private and public sector businesses and organisations in order to deliver a close and trusted partnership that is mutually beneficial to all parties.

 

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John Wilson

DECEMBER 14TH 2017

Defence Employer Engagement

An important objective of the Ministry of Defence is to recruit and retain regular and reserve personnel for the Armed Forces. The Defence Employer Engagement strategy is important in helping to achieve that objective.

 

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John Wilson

SEPTEMBER 27TH 2017

Defence Employer Engagement

A primary objective of the Ministry of Defence (MOD) is to recruit and retain regular and reserve personnel for the Armed Forces. Employer Engagement is an important activity helping to achieve that objective. We aim to develop and sustain positive, mutually-beneficial relationships between employers and the Ministry of Defence to support Defence personnel; before, during and after their service.

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John Wilson

JUNE 29TH 2017

Employer Engagement update – June 2017

Defence Employer Engagement
An important objective of the Ministry of Defence is to secure and sustain access to and the availability of the skilled, capable people needed to deliver Defence outputs. Employer Engagement is an important activity helping to achieve that objective. It aims to develop and sustain strong, positive, mutually-beneficial relationships between employers and the Ministry of Defence to support Defence personnel; before, during and after their service.

 

 

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John Wilson

MARCH 23RD 2017

Employer Engagement update – March 2017

The Armed Forces Covenant

The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise by the nation to ensure that those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly. The Covenant is a national responsibility involving government, local authorities, businesses and charities.

Many employers in the East Midlands have signed the Covenant to confirm publicly that they recognise the value that Defence personnel contribute to our country; the Covenant encourages employers to develop a relationship with members of the Armed Forces community who work in their business or access their products or services.

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OCTOBER 18TH 2016

Employer Engagement update – October 2016

The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise by the nation to ensure that those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly. The Covenant is a national responsibility involving government, local authorities, businesses and charities.

 

 

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JULY 28TH 2016

Employer Engagement update – July 2016

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) must deliver sufficient, capable and motivated manpower and provide appropriate support to the Defence community, regulars, reserves, civilians and their families, before, during and after their service.

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FEBRUARY 26TH 2016

Employer Engagement update February 2016

SaBRE, the MOD’s marketing and communications campaign was set up in 2002 to assist in developing a good relationship between Reservists and their employers.

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OCTOBER 7TH 2015

Employer Engagement update October 2015

The Ministry of Defence continues to develop its Employer Engagement programme in support of its efforts to deliver effective and capable Reserve Forces of 35,000 Reservists.

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JULY 23RD 2015

Employer Engagement update July 2015

The expansion of the Reserve Forces is well underway and, in the future, Reserves in all of our Armed Forces will play a bigger role in UK Defence.

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