CSC, Wyle and TASC have all been recently named “Top Military Friendly Employers” by G.I. Jobs. Criteria includes the strength of company military recruiting efforts, the percentage of new hires with prior military service, retention programs and company policies toward National Guard and Reserve service.
“CSC continues to grow stronger thanks to the unique skills and experiences of our military veterans and military spouses,” said Jose Jimenez, chief diversity officer at CSC. “Their leadership, integrity and perseverance are an asset to the company, and we are grateful for their significant contributions to our success.”
CSC was also recognized by Military Spouse magazine as a “Top 20 Military Spouse Friendly Employer.” The Military Spouse list recognizes corporations for their efforts to employ spouses of military troops.
“More than 1,000 people at TASC are veterans, and we are proud to work alongside them,” says David Langstaff, president and CEO of TASC. “Their unique experience strengthens our knowledge and dedication, ensuring that we deliver the best of TASC to our customers. Together, we put our best thinking to work for a great cause: the safety and security of Americans everywhere.”
Among TASC’s 5,000 employees, about 27 percent are veterans, who hold such positions as intelligence analyst, systems engineer, program manager, engineering manager and systems administrator.
Wyle employees with military experience are able to continue their service to the nation in a different way. It’s recruiters have attended military transition workshops designed to better assist veterans transitioning to civilian life.
“Wyle’s success depends on hiring skilled, talented, hard-working professionals and those who’ve served our country exemplify these qualities,” said George Melton, Wyle president and CEO. “It’s a privilege to work with veterans who truly understand the meaning of the word ‘dedication.”