Connecting with Veterans
With RecruitMilitary, you won't miss out on your next great hire due to a glitch in terminology. Using these resources, we can help your hiring managers to better understand the veteran landscape. This includes the ability to translate military skillsets into civilian terms and to understand the onboarding and support that will better ensure success.
- Building an effective Veteran hiring program
- Military Skillsets: Understanding how they apply to business
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.
Myths. Assumptions. Misconceptions. Perceptions. We all have them. We all make them. Because someone belongs to a certain group, we often attribute certain characteristics to them, be they positive or negative.
And so it goes with veteran job seekers. When it comes to civilian employment for...
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.
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.