SOSi Selected for 2020 Military Friendly Employers List; Julian Setian Quoted

SOSi Selected for 2020 Military Friendly Employers List; Julian Setian Quoted
Julian Setian

Veteran-owned small business Viqtory has included SOS International in its list of military friendly employers for 2020.

SOSi has demonstrated its commitment in building sustainable benefits for the veteran and military communities to receive the recognition, the company said Monday.

“Veterans play a vital role at SOSi,“ said Julian Setian, president and CEO at SOSi and a 2019 Wash100 awardee.

“They not only provide the experience and technical talent we need to better serve our customers, they provide the leadership skills we'd be hard pressed to find in private industry alone,“ added Setian.

Ernst & Young conducted an independent assessment of the scoring methodology based on Viqtory's criteria.

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