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Research shows that 99% of employers believe that veterans perform their jobs with equal or greater proficiency compared to their non-veteran counterparts. The US Government has spent a lot of time and money educating and training our military service members so that they can accomplish their missions across the globe. Those missions require technical skills, authentic leadership, physical fitness, effective communications, and the ability to work in a diverse environment. Naturally, military veterans retain those skills when they leave the military, and any employer putting an effort in place to captureSEE DETAILS <span class="more-link-hover-image"...

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When it comes to veterans, most companies are working hard to put in place strong hiring strategies. But what happens once those veterans are on board? Every company has struggled at one time or another with an effective recruiting and retention processes to ensure they hire and keep the best talent available. It should come as no surprise that the impact from losing an employee not only slows down a business, but also comes with a heavy price tag. According to the Society for Human Resources Management, research shows that theSEE DETAILS

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Invisible Wounds

A 2012 Society for Human Resource Management survey determined that 1 in 3 HR professionals cited Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), or other mental health issues as “challenges” to hiring Veterans. If you happen to be the 1 in 3 people that feel this way, please allow me to share some important information with you. Understanding the invisible wounds of war is vital to any employer in order to dispel the myths surrounding PTSD and other mental and/or physical health conditions, and to learn more about the benefits of incorporating veterans into the workplace. ThereSEE DETAILS

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