Use these resources to better understand the veteran landscape. This includes the ability to translate military skillsets into civilian terms and to understand the on-boarding and support that will better ensure success.
Released in July 2016, a new report developed by the Institute of Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University examines data from a series of studies on military spouse employment. It espouses ten military spouse employee characteristics that serve as the basis of a business case for...
Mentoring gives you the extraordinary opportunity to facilitate a protégé’s personal and professional growth by sharing knowledge you learned through years of experience. Veterans are on the receiving end of mentorship immediately.
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.
The military provides cross-cultural training, and how to adjust to different cultural norms. This training gives veterans the soft skills employers are looking for.