There is a strong case for hiring veterans, but many employers need help in demystifying the process of finding and attracting veteran talent that meets their organizational needs. The right resources and programs can simplify this process and yield dynamic veteran recruiting results. Use our search and filter function to find the latest information and tools in this collecting area.
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The blogs found at this webpage will help you understand how this process is a bit different from hiring a civilian and why it's worth making the change.
Veteran Job Retention Survey: Summary
The purpose of this report is to explore the reasons why veterans leave their initial post-military jobs. Because there is limited research and data in this specific area, a survey was implemented to understand how organizations can best structure their veteran centric employee retention programs and improve veteran retention in the workplace.
Employing Veterans: Digital Toolkit
This is a guide for Human Relations professionals that provides resources related to hiring veterans, as well as to managing problems that can arise for both veterans and their employers.
Veteran Employment Leading Practices
The Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University (IVMF) and General Electric (GE) partnered to empower our nation?s employers with the tools, strategies, and peer resources to adopt a collaborative and strategic approach to veteran employment. Select tools include best-in-class practices, processes, resources and programs positioned to increase employment opportunities for our nation?s veterans, contributed by those using them and curated by IVMF experts.
Veteran Employment Toolkit
This is a veterans employment toolkit that provides information about the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), as well as advice for veterans' employers.
The Veteran Advantage: DAV Guide to Hiring & Retaining Veterans with Disabilities
The strategies and practices provided in this guide contain details from veterans and employers of various sizes. It also explains why hiring veterans can be beneficial to a business, as well as centers around solutions.
Helping Military Spouses Find Careers that Move with Them
This paper focuses on job portability and what employers can do to not only recruit but also retain military spouse employees when they relocate. This study defines job portability, identifies gaps, and offers guidance to military spouses and potential employers. In collaboration with Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE:PRU), Helping Military Spouses Find Careers that Move with Them is #6 in a series of research products, focused on military spouse employment. This paper explores, barriers to sustained employment related to relocation and job portability, the essential role employers play in ensuring a workplace is “military spouse friendly,” how employers can benefit from job portability by retaining talent, and challenges that accompany the Status of Forces Agreements (SOFAs) when military spouses work overseas.