Jelson Homes Ltd Has Confirmed Their Support for Service Personnel

Jelson Homes Ltd Has Confirmed Their Support for Service Personnel

Jelson Homes Ltd, the Leicestershire based developer has confirmed their support for Service personnel. The developer has shown their support for servicemen and women by signing the Armed Forces Covenant. This Covenant is signed by companies that have are committed to ensure that Armed Forces personnel and their families are treated fairly.

Jelson Homes Ltd has a member of the Reserve Forces in their employment and has also taken on a number of service leavers. Those working at Jelson Homes have been pleased by the skills and attributes that are brought to the company by their employees with military training. The property developer has signed the Armed Forces Covenant in order to show their appreciation for the work carried out by the Armed forces in order to serve the country.

The company has also seen how the construction industry can benefit from the discipline and training that is available from an employee with a military background. The company has also experienced a number of benefits from the training that service personnel has been through, which is why the company has said that they are happy to sign the covenant.

The Leicester based developer has said that they are proud to support those that work as part of the Armed Forces. Jelson has been a part of the construction industry for more than 125 years and has already seen the benefit from employing those with a military training. The company signed the Armed Forces Covenant on Thursday the 27th of July. The Group Managing Director of Jelson Homes Ltd, Robert Jelley signed the Covenant on behalf of the company, with Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Parker co-signing the document. The document was signed at the developer’s headquarters on Loughborough Road in Leicester.

Jelson Homes publicly expressing their support and focus on investing in the Armed Forces community is great news for both parties, and hopefully the mutually beneficial support will carry on for many years to come.

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