Plenty of organisations commit, through the Armed Forces Covenant, to making sure that they: “acknowledge and understand that those who Serve or who have Served in the Armed Forces, and their families, should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they Serve with their lives.”
Sarah Stewart established RTG First Aid in 2015. She’s a Medical Corps Reservist with the British Army having Served for 14 years so far. She also volunteered as an emergency responder for two years with the Scottish Ambulance Service.
Respiratory staff nurse, Helen Ormerod enjoys a full time role with the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust (RDE) and is also a Reservist. Civvy Street spoke with her to find out how she balances both commitments as well as how RDE looks after people connected with the Forces.
The MOD held a workshop on Friday, 11 January, in London where representatives from companies such as Royal Mail , Lloyds Banking Group , Tesco and BAE Systems were encouraged to share their thoughts on a range of subjects that affect their businesses and the reservists they employ.
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Employers have their say on MOD reservists
An Army reservist is one of a team of military personnel who has been carrying out personal, luggage and vehicle screening at Eton Dorney, one of the London 2012 Olympic venues.