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Sanford Health recognized in Military Times’ 2021 'Best for Vets' employers list for the third consecutive year

The list includes 161 employers, including Sanford Health, which ranked 36th this year, which is an increase of six spots from its rank at 42nd in 2020. It is also the highest-ranked business in the "health care services and nonprofit" category.

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Sanford Health has been recognized in Military Times’ 2021 Best for Vets: Employers List for the third consecutive year.

The list includes 161 employers, including Sanford Health, which ranked 36th this year, which is an increase of six spots from its rank at 42nd in 2020. It is also the highest-ranked business in the "health care services and nonprofit" category.

“Sanford Health is dedicated to providing our veterans and military personnel with employment opportunities they deserve,” Bill Gassen, president and CEO of Sanford Health, said. “Veterans add so much value to a team with their unique perspectives and skill sets. As a son of a veteran, I’m humbled by their service and proud to have them part of our Sanford family.”

Sanford Health Applicants who openly disclose their veteran status are automatically given screening interviews. Employees who are members of the National Guard or Reserve also receive compensation during qualified deployments of up to 12 months.

Jacob Holley joined the Grand Forks Herald as its business reporter in June 2021.

Holley's beat at the Grand Forks Herald is broad and includes a variety of topics, including small business, national trends and more.

Readers can reach Holley at jholley@gfherald.com.Follow him on Twitter @JakeHolleyMedia.
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