Why Hire a Veteran
Veterans Bring Exceptional Skills, Including Soft Skills
Veterans are highly desirable candidates for most civilian jobs because of the skills they learned during their time in unifo...
Veteran Hiring: A Good Business Decision
Veterans are skilled, diverse, loyal, and exceptional potential employees who offer immediate value to any organization.
How to Get Tax Credits for Hiring Veterans
Did you know you can get your business earn tax credits for hiring veterans?
The Value of Hiring Veterans
Two veterans explain the value of military skills and experience in today's civilian jobs.
10 Reasons to Hire Vets
Looking for a hard-working, motivated, ethical employee? Try hiring a U.S. veteran.
Former Marine Has Five Good Reasons Why Employers Should Hire Veterans
Aside from empowering them to create the future they deserve, here are five reasons to hire Veterans.
5 Reasons Why Employers Are Not Hiring Vets
In spite of a strong work ethic, many veterans are still unemployed. Here are 5 reasons why, from an employer's perspective.
Do Employers Value Education or Experience More in a Veteran?
Any person with a higher degree of education needs some experience in order to be properly placed in an organization.
How to Find and Hire Veterans
Tips to Become a Vet-friendly Employer
How to Retain Veterans
Appreciating Veterans in the Workplace
Understand that many transitioning Service Members have leadership capabilities above and beyond the typical civilian employe...
Employers: Create a VRG to Retain Veteran Employees
When hiring and on boarding veterans, a great selling point is having a thoughtful and robust Veteran Resource Group (VRG) at...
5 Practices Causing Top Employees to Quit
Retention rates can be a big problem for a company, especially when the top talent is leaving in droves.
Employers: Retain Your Veterans
Employers will benefit by making an effort to retain veterans, and can start by considering the following questions.
Employers: Discuss How You Live Your Values With Veteran Candidates
Transitioning service members often tell me they worry businesses don’t have the same values as the military. Often, they're...
Managers: Don't Take Veterans' Differences Personally
The differences between military and U.S. civilian culture can leave civilian employers feeling unsure about how to proceed.
Veterans Want a Career, Not a "J-O-B"
When service members join the military -- and when they're looking for a job -- they want something bigger than themselves.
Help Your Veteran Employees Network
Many veterans have a negative reaction to networking, often describing networking as "sucking up," "kissing butt," or worse.
Understanding the Military
Understanding Military Resume Translation for Employers
One of the top concerns for transitioning veterans and the employers looking to hire them is how their skills will transfer.
Military Officer Rank Structure
Officers are leaders, but to understand the extent of their leadership experience, employers should be familiar with the pay...
Military Enlisted Rank Structure
Employers should be familiar with military rank structure to better understand veteran job applicants.