Quality management service provider G&P has shown its commitment to the armed forces by signing a pledge to the Armed Forces Covenant.
The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise to those who serve or have served in the armed forces and their families, ensuring they are treated fairly. Organisations signing the Covenant are clearly demonstrating their commitment to this promise.
The signing ceremony took place at G&P’s newly opened office at Derby’s iHub on Infinity Park.
Among those present were senior figures from G&P including Dino Kyriacou, CEO, David Whiffin, Director for Aerospace and Stephen Molloy, Director for Engineering and other board members. Also present at the signing was Colonel Adam Fraser-Hitchen, Deputy Commander (Reserves), 7th Infantry Brigade & Headquarters East.
The signing of the Covenant demonstrates G&P’s support of the armed forces community, including serving personnel, both regular and reservists, veterans and military families. G&P is an armed forces friendly organisation that seeks to support the employment of veterans young and old, while also supporting its employees who choose to serve the country by being reservists. By signing the pledge, G&P will also actively participate in Armed Forces Day, as well as provide additional support for Service spouses, partners and their families.
G&P look to continue their support for the Armed Forces after signing the pledge by implementing recruitment initiatives for serving personnel and reservists to join their specialist teams to deliver quality management services to their clients.