Talent Acquisition

While decreasing cost per hire is desirable, increasing the quality of hire is a game-changer. These resources will provide you with the information you need to hire great employees —valuable data that holds true for any new hire; not just veterans.

Includes:

  • Measuring success of your veteran hiring program
  • Top challenges for talent acquisition
  • Phased approach to veteran recruiting

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“Continue to serve our beloved country.”

The San Diego Police Department runs four police academies a year, with about 50 recruits attending each. The department offers more than 40 job assignments, specialized positions, and opportunities to advance careers.

Talent Acquisition , Connecting with Veterans

Pride in Belonging

The New York City Police Department (NYPD) has police officers worldwide, but its main focus is servicing the five boroughs of New York City – Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens, and the Bronx. The department’s headquarters are in lower Manhattan.

Talent Acquisition , Connecting with Veterans

Same Traits Required

The Chesterfield County Police Department is a progressive and professional department with 490 sworn police officers serving a community of 323,000 residents while patrolling more than 446 square miles.

Talent Acquisition , Connecting with Veterans

Finding Qualified Workers is Not Difficult When Hiring Veterans

Fifty-nine percent of HR professionals believe today's job applicants lack basic skills and knowledge. Smart civilian recruiters can sidestep these gaps by hiring military veterans.

Talent Acquisition , Connecting with Veterans, Employer Blog