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Brunswick Named Best Employer for Veterans

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For the second consecutive year, Brunswick Corp. was named to the Forbes and Statista list of America’s Best Employers for Veterans.

Brunswick ranked first within the engineering-and-manufacturing category and 27th overall out of 150 businesses on the final list.

“This award reflects direct feedback from our veterans and military families who are represented within our workforce,” Brenna Preisser, chief people and strategy officer and president of the business acceleration division, said in a statement. “Brunswick is fortunate to have an exceptional group of veterans from around the world who have served their countries.”

Companies were chosen through a sample of 5,000 U.S. veterans working for businesses employing at least 1,000 people.

Brunswick’s diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives have resulted in several Forbes honors this year:

• top 15 percent ranking for World’s Best Employers

• top 10 ranking for America’s Best Large Employers

America’s Best Employers for Diversity

Click here for the complete list of Best Employers for Veterans.



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