Veterans Working for Employers with a VHP Are More Likely to Recommend Their Employer to Other Veterans
According to our survey of 3,089 veterans, veterans employed by organizations with a VHP are 40.5% more likely to recommend their employer to other veterans.
According to our survey of 3,089 veterans, veterans hired by employers with a VHP were 25.6% more likely to feel that their values as a veteran were aligned with their employer's culture and goals.
Veterans Hired by Employers with a VHP Feel More Valued and Respected for Their Military Backgrounds
According to our survey of 3,089 veterans, veterans hired by employers with a VHP are 31.2% more likely to report that management values their military background.
Veterans Hired by Employers with a Veteran Hiring Program More Likely to View Them as Veteran Friendly
According to our survey of 3,089 veterans, veterans who work for organizations with a VHP are 24.4% more likely to view their employer as veteran friendly.
Veterans constitute a great treasure of talent, and some companies and recruiters are champions when it comes to seizing it. They truly understand the value of veterans, and how to attract, hire, and retain them. These top talent scouts recall some of their favorite experiences hiring veterans....
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Upon separating from the Air Force, one sergeant recalled, “My favorite part of serving in the military was the sense of esprit de corps and family. We all looked after each other in good times and bad.” Another 17-year Air Force veteran said the best part of her military service was the...