18 Greater London Organisations honoured with the Gold Employer Recognition Scheme Award 2023
London, UK – On Thursday, 26th October 2023, a distinguished event took place at the Royal Air Force Club in London to celebrate and honour 18 outstanding Greater London organisations that have demonstrated unwavering support for the Armed Forces community. The evening was graced by the presence of esteemed guests, including Andrew Bailey, the Governor of the Bank of England, and Huw Pill, Chief Economist. Notably, small organisations such as Services Outreach Support were recognised alongside larger institutions for their exceptional contributions.
The Gold Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) Awards, hosted at the historic Royal Air Force Club, witnessed a remarkable gathering of individuals and institutions dedicated to fostering a positive environment for the Armed Forces community. The awards were presented by distinguished guests, including Air Vice-Marshal Ranald Munro, Captain Paul Hill RN, and Colonel Thammy Evans, representing the tri-service.
This prestigious event was further dignified by the presence of Sir Ken Olisa, the Lord-Lieutenant for Greater London. These notable figures were in attendance to emphasise the significance of the Gold ERS Awards and to applaud the collective effort to support the Armed Forces community.
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The 18 organisations honoured with the Gold ERS Award in 2023 are:
Bank of England
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Danny Sullivan Group
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
Services Outreach Support
Universal Defence and Security Solutions
Vitavox – Tactical Communication Systems
These organisations have shown exceptional commitment to supporting the Armed Forces community, whether through employment opportunities, flexible working arrangements, or other initiatives that assist Veterans, Reservists, and their families.
The Gold ERS Award is a testament to the dedication and inclusivity of these organisations, recognising their invaluable contributions to fostering a supportive and nurturing environment for our Armed Forces personnel.
For further information, please contact:
Head of Communications
Greater London Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association
About the Royal Air Force Club:
The Royal Air Force Club is an iconic institution in London, dedicated to fostering a sense of community and support for those connected to the Royal Air Force.