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

Tips on the NYPD Hiring Process for Veterans

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