Armed Forces Corporate Covenant

Employer Recognition Scheme

Armed Forces Corporate Covenant

A Defence supplier of 20+ years, Quadratek has in that time employed, & continues to employee, a number of Veterans and Reservists in a variety of roles across a number of project types.  Having been an Armed Forces Corporate Covenant supporter since 2014 pledging our support to those currently serving and those who have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, ensuring they are given equal employment opportunities, we have re-signed the covenant to renew and affirm our commitment with a more ‘tailored’ covenant.  We are using the re-signing as a reason to SHOUT about the benefits for companies to pledge their commitment to supporting the Armed Forces community.

To pledge your company’s support to the Armed Forces, please sign-up to the Corporate Covenant


Employer Recognition Scheme

In 2018 we became an Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze award winner, followed 2 years later  with a Silver award evidencing our strengthened support.  The scheme encourages employers to do more to support those with a connection to the Armed Forces including Veterans, Reservists, Cadet Forces Adult Volunteers, and their families in their local area.

2023 sees us ‘Going for Gold’; the highest national level award to employers who demonstrate advocacy for Reservists, Veterans, Cadet Forces Adult Volunteers (CFAVs), and their families, joining a select band of organisations in the South East who have earned a Gold award since the scheme was introduced in 2014.  We have updated our Reservists Policy to offer flexible working arrangements and polices for staff.


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This Year's Chosen Charity

For 2023 we have chosen to donate to Help for Heroes to support the invaluable work they do.

About Help for Heroes:

"Help for Heroes believes those who serve our country deserve support when they’re wounded. Every day, men and women have to leave their career in the Armed Forces as a result of physical or psychological wounds. The Charity helps them, and their families, to recover and get on with their lives. It has already supported more than 26,500 people and won’t stop until every wounded veteran gets the support they deserve"

To donate to Help for Heroes and learn more about the work they do please