At Prudential, we've long been guided by a commitment to helping the servicemen and women who help preserve our country's freedom. Where would we be without these individuals who have sacrificed so much?
Today-as Veterans return home to face a variety of challenges including uncertain economic times and unemployment-Corporate America's commitment to them is more important than ever.
I am proud that at Prudential we are developing a broad range of initiatives that we believe will have a lasting, positive impact on the lives of our veterans and their families. We are also sharing our best practices with other companies and inviting them to join us in supporting similar initiatives as well. It's not just the right thing to do-it is also a great talent acquisition strategy.
Chairman, Prudential Financial
Veterans Initiatives Leadership
Prudential actively promotes efforts to recruit, hire and retain veteran talent by collaborating with corporate peers, veteran service organizations and government agencies that positively influence veteran assistance programs. Prudential's Veterans Initiatives unit is comprised of a team of executives who have a robust background in veterans affairs both as military personnel and civilian leaders.
Charles J. Sevola Jr., Vice President, Veterans Initiatives
Jim Beamesderfer, Vice President, Veterans Initiatives
This team oversees the expansion of our education and employment programs—and engages our external network of alliances for veterans’ success. To contact them, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
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