BRS Managing Director Darren Perrie, said: “We are proud to be part of the Armed Forces Covenant and would like to thank all those involved in the forces for the incredible work they do for our country.
“At BRS we are armed forces-friendly and are open to employing reservists, armed forces veterans (including the wounded, injured and sick), cadet instructors and military spouses/partners.
“Our experience across a range of sectors applicable to the skillsets of those in the armed forces makes us well placed to assist when they leave their current roles.
“We give our continued commitment to recruit and support our forces personnel into new careers.”
The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise from the nation to those who serve or who have served, and their families, which says we will do all we can to ensure they are treated fairly and not disadvantaged in their day-to-day lives.
The Armed Forces Covenant relies on the people, communities, and businesses of the UK to actively support it in order to make a difference.
What does the Armed Forces Covenant mean for BRS?
Our inclusion in the Covenant is our promise to support members of the Armed Forces community who work in our business or access our services.
This includes policies that: encourage reserve service; support employment of veterans and service spouses/partners; give the Armed Forces community a fair deal on commercial products and services.
More than 800 businesses and charities across the UK have signed an Armed Forces Covenant.