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G4S Awarded Gold Status by Chief Learning Officer Magazine

May 10, 2017 – G4S’ North America Training Institute (NATI) was named one of the best organizations for learning and development by Chief Learning Officer magazine during its LearningElite gala on April 24, 2017. G4S was named to the Gold level, ranking 19th out of the top 68 organizations pulled from more than 300 applicants around the globe. This marks the fourth consecutive year in which G4S was honored.

“The hard work and dedication of our training team across the country is key to the success of our security officers, G4S and our customers,” said Drew Levine, President G4S Secure Solutions North America. “Our training team ensures that G4S Security Officers are developed according to talents, qualifications, experience and job assignment in order to reach their highest potential for us and for our customers.”

G4S is honored to be among this elite group which includes State Farm, MetLife, USAA and Deloitte. The peer-reviewed ranking program recognizes companies for professional and personal development, leadership development, use of technology, executive buy-in, content development and delivery.

“This was one of the best entries I have considered,” one of the judges reported. “I am impressed with G4S’ willingness to share your experience and expertise with the security industry, as well as the learning and development profession.”

Over the past 10 years, G4S has been recognized by Training Magazine (Training Top 125), HR.com (Leadership 500 Excellence Award), and has been named a Military Friendly Employer and Military Friendly Spouse Employer.

Programs integral to G4S’ North America Training Institute are Promote Me! and G4Su. G4Su offers employees thousands of hours of learning activities that span a range of categories, allowing employees to build on skills to open career paths. Promote Me! provides employees with career assessments, learning paths, career coaches and a platform to display the skills gained, enabling them to grow with the company.

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