Updated: Addition of 'Relish' and 'Retired Police Officers Association Scotland Dumfries and Galloway Branch' armed forces covenant pledges
Looking for the signed pledge from Royal Bank of Scotland? Its published under the joint pledge, Holt’s Military Banking, Nat West & Royal Bank of Scotland.About the Armed Forces Covenant for businesses
The Armed Forces Covenant for businesses is a voluntary pledge made by organisations who wish to demonstrate their concrete support for the armed forces community. It complements the Armed Forces Covenant and sits alongside the community covenant.
All covenants signed by businesses include a core statement of commitment that those adopting the scheme sign up to. This covers the 2 key principles of the Armed Forces Covenant, which are:no member of the armed forces community should face disadvantage in the provision of public and commercial services compared to any other citizen in some circumstances special treatment may be appropriate, especially for the injured or bereaved
Each organisation is then encouraged to offer support in a way most appropriate to their situation and capacity, with the pledge document including a menu of options for them to sign up to. This menu covers employment support for veterans, reservists, service spouses and partners, as well as support for cadet units, Armed Forces Day, and discounts for the armed forces community. There is also an opportunity for companies and charitable organisations to add their own commitments based on local circumstancesRelated information Make your Armed Forces Covenant pledge here What does the Armed Forces Covenant mean for businesses? Armed Forces Covenant: guidance and support
Local copy of Relish_Armed_Forces_Covenant_20190307.pdf
Local copy of Retired_Police_Officers_Association_Scotland_Dumfries_and_Galloway_Branch_Armed_Forces_Covenant_20190210.pdf
Local copy of RJC_Mechanical_Ltd_Armed_Forces_Covenant_20190323.pdf seen at 16:35, 15 April in Publications on GOV.UK.
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