Applying the escalator principle is reasonably simple when job advancement is strictly a matter of seniority. But how is it applied when advancement depends on additional training and passing qualifying tests?
In a world of exponentially increasing business tempo for C-Suite executives to adapt, innovate, improve their products, services, profitability, and standing against the competition, where should they turn for insights and direction? C-Suite leaders need clear, simple, and workable concepts that they can use immediately. The perspectives that the C-Suite needs come not from consultants, […]
One of the great things that I learned while training as a young 2nd Lieutenant at Fort Benning, GA was the use of rehearsals. We did rehearsals for everything. Parachute landing falls for airborne training, gunnery drills for mortar training, and tens of different standard operating procedures (SOPs) for patrolling while at Ranger School.
One of the most underappreciated and undervalued skill sets that veterans possess for civilian employers is the ability to combine a command and control culture with the room and understanding for individual initiative. The combination of an adherence to process while exercising individual thought and initiative to adapt and adjust as business conditions change is […]
An Army reservist claimed that he was discriminated against after informing his supervisor about the possibility of an upcoming deployment.
by Jennifer S. Frank and Danielle M. Kerr This article focuses on the National Guard’s Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve Program (ESGRP), explaining how employers can support the employment of National Guard and reserve members and how they can manage laws governing the employment of military personnel. National Guard and reserves The National […]
There is a disconnect between veterans and civilian hiring managers that goes both ways. Veterans leave military service typically unprepared and unarmed with the tools to position themselves as viable candidates to civilian companies, and hiring managers are unskilled and untrained in how to recruit military veterans for jobs outside of service.
I have been asked many questions about bullying throughout my career, but there is one question I can never seem to escape: What is the difference between workplace bullying and harassment?
Many private sector employers value military skills and training. But service members and veterans are getting an even bigger edge in the recruitment process with training programs that facilitate their transition to careers as civilians.
In its new report, CareerCast has identified eight of the best civilian careers for veterans, including Registered Nurse (RN), Financial Advisor, Information Security Analyst, and Operations Research Assistant.