Clear Visibility has been awarded a Bronze Award from the Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) - one of only a handful of employers to have received the Award this year. 
 
Under the scheme, employers support defence personnel and encourage others to do the same. The scheme has three levels, Bronze, Silver and Gold for organisations that pledge, demonstrate and advocate support for defence and the Armed Forces community. 
 
The award comes just weeks after Clear Visibility CEO Lee Murray signed the Armed Forces Covenant, the scheme's first step. 
Recipients receive the award for pledging to support the armed forces, including existing or prospective employees who are members of the community. 
 
Team member Andy Bex has previously served with the Army Reserves, while he and colleague Kris Dods both currently volunteer with the Army Cadets. 
 
CEO Lee Murray said: “The Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award is testament to our commitment to continuing our support for those who have served in the armed forces, and as a business it is something we are committed to for the long term. 
 
“We are also immensely proud of the work our team undertakes through their voluntary work, balancing their work and military commitments. I hope that we can now go on to achieve the next stages of the award and continue our recognition through the scheme.” 
 
More information on the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme can be found on the government website
 
 
 
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