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Trauma Trust honored by Department of Defense for extraordinary support

TACOMA, Wash. – Washington Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense program, announced that Trauma Trust received the ESGR Above and Beyond Award in recognition of the extraordinary support of its employees who serve in the Washington National Guard and Reserve Components

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Four Pacific Northwest National Laboratory supervisor honored by Department of Defense for patriotic support

RICHLAND, Wash. – Civilian employer support is vital to reservists and guardsman.  Civilian employers who encourage a culture of supporting reservists and guardsman make sure that it is not a singular effort by just a direct supervisor, but that there is a team of supervisors and employees supporting those who serve.

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International Paper Supervisor Honored by Department of Defense for Patriotic Support

OLYMPIA, Wash. – The outbreak of COVID-19 has had huge impact on many industries.  One of those industries is the global paper market.  From disruptions to the global industrial supply chains to increased demands for paper products while navigating new workplace safety rules COVID-19 has posed many challenges.

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Valley Buick GMC Manager Receives Department of Defense Spousal Patriot Award
AUBURN, Wash. – When Service members in the National Guard or the Reserves are activated, the impact of their leaving is not only felt on the Service member’s employment, but also on their spouses. Spouses find themselves not only dealing with stress and worry when their loved ones are deployed, but also having to take sole responsibility for keeping things together at home. Supportive employers who recognize the impact that deployments have on the non-serving spouses help to relieve stress of both the servicemembers and their spouse. 

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