Vodafone UK promises flexible hours for reservists

Friday 13 March 2015 | 10:21 CET | News
Vodafone UK has signed a corporate covenant with the UK Armed Forces at the "Partnering with Defence: National Employers Conference" in London. The operator also made a commitment to implement flexible working conditions for staff members in the Reserves, allowing them to continue their training and or deployed when needed. Vodafone said it was proactively encouraging ex-service personnel and reservist recruitment along with a career transition partnership agreement. The two are building up a talent network an armed forces recruitment portal. Vodafone CEO Jeroen Hoencamp service in the Royal

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