Bechtel Listed as ‘Military Friendly’ Employer; Andy Greig Comments

BechtelLogo (1)Bechtel has received Victory Media‘s military friendly employer designation to recognize the company’s hiring and training programs for military personnel and veterans.

Victory Media gives the designation to companies through a survey that is evaluated by Ernst & Young LLP, Bechtel said Tuesday.

“Service members and their families often go to extraordinary lengths, making sacrifices many of us do not realize, to serve their countries,” said Andy Greig, Bechtel’s manager of human resources.

“The characteristics that make them successful in the military“”integrity, courage, commitment“”go hand-in-hand with the values that are fundamental to how we carry out our work,” Greig added.

Bechtel has supported the Helmets to Hardhats and Network of Champions, organizations that help military service members and their families seek career opportunities.

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