Military Spouse Magazine

JAN 2019

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For more information about these employers, visit . #6 #8 #9 #10 At Motel 6/Studio 6 our commitment to guests is the same as the day we opened in 1962: no frills, a clean comfortable room at the lowest price of any national chain. Honor. Value. Integrity. These are qualities military spouses and Motel 6/Studio 6 have in common. We encour- age military spouses to explore Operation Next Step, where they can start the next chapter of their career with a company that honors where they've been, and where their next step will be. Motel 6/Studio 6 is a fully portable company that has partnered with the Department of Defense through MSEP, to provide military spouses with an opportunity to maintain a long-term career. "G6 Hospitality provided me, a stay-at-home mom of 14 years, with the opportunity to work in their design and construction of- fice with little to no experience. In the last six years, I have developed my professional skills and hope to someday be a project manager with this organization. I have also been given the opportunity to lead the G6 Hospitality's Total Armed Services Committee (TASC), pro- viding veterans and their families with charitable donations and much needed support." - Darby Mack , operations coordinator, TASC lead, G6 Hospitality Combined Insurance United Rentals, Inc. Aviall Services Inc. Leidos Verizon Motel 6 / Studio 6 USAA Allstate Insurance Prudential Financial, Inc. Camping World Bozzuto Windstream Communications AECOM Zeiders Enterprises Inc. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Aviation Training Consulting, LLC UnitedHealth Group The Exchange (Army & Air Force Exchange Service) Capital One Financial Corporation Dominion Energy, Inc. Adecco Group La Quinta Inns & Suites Navient Solutions LLC Werner Enterprises Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Hilton Athene Holding Ltd. Humana Strategic Staffing Solutions CBRE Group, Inc. Comcast NBCUniversal Vectrus Booz Allen Hamilton Deloitte TEKsystems Starbucks Amazing Athletes Merck & Co., Inc. PwC Premise Health CVS Health JCPenney Perspecta Kelly Services, Inc. First Command Financial Services, Inc. ADP The Western & Southern Life Insurance Company Lowe's Companies, Inc. Southern Company Southwest Airlines Co. BNSF Railway Veterans United Home Loans Walmart HCA, Hospital Corporation of America Lockheed Martin Quicken Loans G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc. JPMorgan Chase & Co. Ameren Marsh & McLennan Companies KeyBank Chenega Corporation AT&T Kaiser Permanente Logistics Health Incorporated U.S. Security Associates Citi General Motors DaVita, Inc. CRST The Home Depot Apex Systems Northrop Grumman Teleperformance NorthCrest Medical Center Citizens Bank United States Postal Service Progressive Insurance ManTech International Archer Daniels Midland Company Wells Fargo & Company Cigna Performance Contractors, Inc. WIlliams-Sonoma Inc. Tennessee Valley Authority Crown Equipment Corporation SEI Investments Hewlett Packard Enterprise JLL 7-Eleven, Inc. Aetna MetLife Avis Budget Group Randstad USA TMC Transportation DynCorp International H The USAA family of com- panies provides insurance, banking, investments, retirement products and advice to more than 12 million current and former members of the U.S. military and their families. USAA is a leader in hiring military spouses and recognizes the value in em- ploying those with a military background. We recognize that military spouses are a key component of the military community. Their success is critical to both the readiness of our military and the wellbeing of military families. Military spouses, like veterans, are given priority during our candidate screening process. In addi- tion, USAA supports military spouses by supporting events and organizations that ad- vocate and educate military spouses around the world. "It has been incred- ibly refreshing working for a company that supports the military spouse com- munity. With my husband's most recent PCS, I was able to retain my position and embark on working from home versus starting the job hunting process over again. Such a relief." – Tiffany Fudge , media marketing lead, USAA The Allstate Corporation is the nation's largest publicly held personal lines insurer, protecting approximately 16 million households. Being a military spouse is a tough job in itself. The on-the-go lifestyle that comes with relocations and deployments can be challenging for you and your family. Still, we know you'd like to have a career that fulfills you. That's why Allstate Agency Owners are proud to extend job opportunities to military spouses. And the best part: you can choose to work full time or part time, giving you a flexible schedule. Founded in 1931, Allstate has been dedicated to protecting our custom- ers from life's uncertainties and preparing them for the future for more than 85 years. Allstate agencies are in virtually every local community in America. Military inclusiveness is a strategic component of Allstate's success in today's marketplace, and we all work together to fulfill our Good Hands® promise. For more than 140 years, Prudential Financial has helped individual and institutional custom- ers grow and protect their wealth. Prudential's diverse and talented employees are committed to help- ing individual and institutional customers grow and protect their wealth through a variety of prod- ucts and services, including life insurance, annuities, retirement- related services, mutual funds and investment management. Prudential's goal is to offer military spouses portable careers, and, in many instances, that means helping to eliminate barriers to retaining military spouse talent. We have commissioned research with IVMF that is focused on portable careers for military spouses and providing a playbook for interested companies to follow to implement. Prudential created an internal task force of subject matter experts across human resources—includ- ing pay and benefits, employment law, tax, and other areas—to define our internal policies and proce- dures to support military spouse employment and portable careers. To ensure we are looking at the topic from all angles, we also created two focus groups – one con- sisting of military spouse employees and the other their managers. Convening these focus groups has allowed us to understand issues, challenges, and successes and helps us focus on solving the right issues to keep us moving forward. Camping World is the lead- ing outdoor lifestyle retailer. The outdoors is a big place and just as it offers endless adven- tures, so does our company. Camping World stands united with veterans and military spouses at all levels of our organization across the country. We offer a culture that values both the leadership and skills learned through military service, while providing the flexibility needed by military spouses who may be going through a PCS. We'll help you find the same, or similar, role with the company wherever your move takes you in the U.S. and if you need to change your hours or take a temporary leave due to your partner's deployment, we'll make sure you're supported. Even better, Camping World will continue to invest in your professional growth through extensive on-the-job training and initiatives like our Education Assis- tance Program. We are a proud MSEP partner and honored to be listed as a top spouse employer in 2019! "I have been a military spouse for the last eight years, and I can tell you it's not the easiest position to be in while trying to build a foundation for your career. One of the biggest challenges after our last PCS to Columbus, Geor- gia, was finding a company that would invest in my professional development with the understanding that I may have to relocate after a short period of time. I found that here and was supported from day one." - Meghan Woodruff , market manager, Camping World opportunities/military veterans/spouses.htm G6 Hospitality #7 2019 Military Spouse Friendly Employers® KEY: Over $1 Billion | $500 Million to $1 Billion | Less than $500 Million | Government/Non-Profit 22 MILITARYSPOUSE.COM / JANUARY 2019

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