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CROSS DECK MAKE A PLEDGE TO THE ARMED FORCES COVENANT

CROSS DECK MAKE A PLEDGE TO THE ARMED FORCES COVENANT

15 Jan 16:00 by Simon Osborne

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Cross Deck’s pledge to the Armed Forces Covenant was registered today as we join around 800 companies that have also signed a document outlining how we’ll do everything in our power to assist Forces Leavers and Veterans.

The Armed Forces Covenant is packed full of pledges from some of the country’s highest profile employers including Marks & Spencer, Jaguar Land Rover and Amazon UK. ­

“Signing the Armed Forces Covenant is a way for us to really put a stake in the ground in all aspect of what we’re trying to achieve here at Cross Deck. There’s a lot going on here right now and a lot more to come over the next 12 months.” Says Managing Director, Oli Justice.

“Our users can expect some huge new developments to our service and the introduction of some great new products for 2016. It’s a really exciting time for us so I’m really pleased that we’ve been able to start the year on such a positive note.”

For more information on our commitments to the Armed Forces Covenant check out our listing by following the link below.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/armed-forces-corporate-covenant-signed-pledges-part-2