When making the decision to work at FTC, the biggest thing for me was the warm family culture. Even before my first day, I received three calls welcoming me to the team. It feels good to be part of a team that has a direct impact on the lives of Veterans.
“The FTC Family” is unlike any other. As a team we're committed to providing the highest standard of service to our clients, and as employees we feel the same level of passion and care. It's an inspired environment in which both young and experienced IT professionals are encouraged to explore and develop personally and professionally.
FTC maintains an energetic and family-like corporate culture of people who work hard but also know how to have fun. Even amidst exponential growth, FTC recognizes and nurtures high-performing talent at all experience levels, and prioritizes promoting from within.
FTC embraces a culture of acknowledgment and appreciation for staff and for hard work. They take great care in ensuring that employees feel taken care of, supported and nurtured professionally. This is an incredible place to work.
Founded by a Veteran with the mission to make a difference in the health, well-being and quality of life of Americans who have served by improving Veteran healthcare outcomes, Favor TechConsulting, LLC (FTC) is proud of our status as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOSB) and deeply committed to supporting Veterans through our hiring practices, charitable giving and community outreach efforts.
This Fall, FTC was thrilled to announce the inception of a new Veteran & Military Network (VMN), a resource group comprised of FTC employees who are Veterans, military members and dependents. The purpose of this employee-run resource group is to provide opportunities for employee engagement, outreach and mentoring in the Veteran and military communities, both within and outside of FTC.
In honor of Veterans Day, FTC’s Veteran & Military Network (VMN) invites you to donate in support of combat-wounded, critically-ill and catastrophically-injured Veterans who have been affected or displaced by Hurricane Michael. All proceeds raised fromthe VMN's GoFundMe site from November 9th through #GivingTuesday on November 27th will be donated directly to The Semper Fi Fund, a non-profit organization that supports Veterans in need of financial assistance due to injury or illness incurred during or as a result of their service in any of the five branches of the armed forces.
FTC will match every donation dollar-for-dollar through #GivingTuesday on November 27th!