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.
- Measuring success of your veteran hiring program
- Top challenges for talent acquisition
- Phased approach to veteran recruiting
Nearly 40 percent of employers who have open positions report that they can't find the right talent to fill those roles.
Across industries, the demand for candidates with specific skillsets far outnumbers the supply of quality talent, significantly increasing the competition for limited talent...
The short answer is: It just makes good business sense.
One hiring professional we spoke with calls veterans “Leaders in a box,” remarking, “They fit just about everywhere. Most are college-educated, many served under strenuous circumstances, saw combat action, and can use resources well.” What...
Many organizations recognize the value that veterans bring to the workforce, but many struggle with their veteran hiring initiatives. Finding ways to connect with high-quality veteran talent can be challenging, and many HR professionals find it difficult to translate military experience into...
There are a variety of metrics that can be used to evaluate the success of a veteran hiring initiative, but which ones have the most impact for the organization? It’s a question asked by many HR professionals.
Most veteran hiring programs focus primarily on recruitment, with less effort placed...