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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Jobs Mismatch: Hiring Veterans Can Help Solve this Problem

For years, employers have been complaining about a lack of skilled workers, and their complaints are borne out by U.S. employment data. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in August, there were 5.8 million jobs posted, with the ratio of 1.5 unemployed persons to job openings. Over 17...

Talent Acquisition , Employer Blog

What Veterans Really Want in Their Civilian Careers

Savvy employers know that military veterans provide a rich talent pool of high-quality candidates. They understand that military job seekers possess skills, attitudes, and abilities beyond those of most people who have not served.

However, as veteran unemployment drops to one of the lowest levels...

Talent Acquisition , Connecting with Veterans, Employer Blog

Webinar: What Does the Texas Veterans Preference Law Mean for Employers?

On September 1, 2015, the Texas Military Veterans’ Full Employment Act went into effect, allowing public agencies and private employers to extend veterans’ preference in hiring, promotion, and retention decisions. So, what does that mean for employers?

Join RecruitMilitary CEO Peter Gudmundsson...

Talent Acquisition , Compliance

An Improved Approach to Veteran Hiring

Nowadays there’s a lot of talk about hiring military veterans; yet much of it is simply words without truly effective efforts to recruit from this talent pool. Shouldn’t hiring veterans be based on sound business principles?

Authentic veteran hiring initiatives are grounded in best practices that...

Talent Acquisition , Connecting with Veterans, Employer Blog