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Thousands of our employees, many of them active members of our Military Networks, work together to enhance our workplace and improve the communities we serve. Citi was one of the first financial services companies to launch an official Military Veterans Network for employees, which works across the organization to support recruiting, mentoring, leadership and community outreach programs.
Originally established in New York City, we now have more 16 networks around the country and one in the United Ew, providing more than 2, military-experienced employees with formalized peer-to-peer support. New York Times: At Citigroup, "Feats of Strength" for Veterans. Tug of war on the trading floor?
Boccie balls between the rows of Bloomberg terminals? A Hula-Hoop shake-off that saw more than a half-dozen men and women strut their stuff?
Citi employees are having fun while raising funds to support Wounded Warriors.