Horiba MIRA officially signs Armed Forces Covenant

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Horiba MIRA has signed the Armed Forces Covenant. The company has long employed veterans and reservists, in addition to civilians. Through the official Covenant, Horiba MIRA will continue to harness the unique capabilities and skills that veterans and reservists acquire through working in the military, particularly experience with state-of-the-art technology yet to be used by civilians.

George Gillespie OBE, CEO at Horiba MIRA, said, “The Armed Forces Covenant means that we can bring new skills and talent into our business which is key as we continue to look to recruit staff across all levels. Armed Forces veterans and reservists have a unique understanding of the challenges facing the transport sector, and being able to harness this talent by supporting veterans as they move into civilian life is hugely beneficial for both parties.”

June 30, 2016

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