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AlliedBarton Security Services hires 5,000 military veterans and reservists in 2015
AlliedBarton military hiring programme, is critical to the security leader's recruiting strategy
AlliedBarton has hired more than 17,500 veterans and reservists since commencing challenge in 2013

AlliedBarton Security Services, the industry's premier provider of highly trained security personnel, hired more than 5,000 military veterans and reservists in 2015 as part of a commitment to hiring 25,000 veterans and reservists in five years. AlliedBarton has hired more than 17,500 veterans and reservists since commencing this challenge in 2013.

Commitment to recruiting miltiary personnel to security industry

"Our consistent commitment to hiring military and meeting our 5,000 hires per year goal consecutively further demonstrates the strategic link between military and security careers," explained Bill Whitmore, AlliedBarton Chairman and CEO. "Military personnel are very well-suited to the security industry and we and our clients value their training, dedication and leadership skills. This is an important component of our recruiting strategy, and our commitment to providing high quality, well-trained security teams to help our clients maintain safe and secure environments."

AlliedBarton was named a 2016 Military Friendly Employer by G.I. Jobs magazine. Hire its Heroes(SM), AlliedBarton's military hiring programme, is critical to the security leader's recruiting strategy. To reach military hiring goals, AlliedBarton works closely with military assistance groups such as the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, Wounded Warrior Project, Coalition to Salute America's Heroes, the National Guard and others.

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