Criterion Recognized Among Top Military Friendly Employers; Promod Sharma Quoted

Promod Sharma

Viqtory, a firm working to help veterans access civilian careers, has named Criterion among the 2020 Top Military Friendly Employers. The list builds on criteria-based data to provide former servicemen with guidance on veteran-friendly companies, Criterion said Monday.

“Our company employs many veterans across the nation, and we appreciate their dedication and belief in our customer’s missions,” said Promod Sharma, CEO at Criterion Systems.

The recognition marks Criterion’s first time on the list. G.I. Jobs magazine will feature the list in its December issue.

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