While the unemployment rate continues to remain at its lowest levels in decades, veterans are still extremely underemployed, meaning that they’re not applying for or acquiring jobs that truly meet their experiences, strengths, skill sets, and capabilities. As a result, around 44% of returning vets find themselves leaving their first civilian jobs within a year. And many employers remain […]
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We’re currently experiencing one of the lowest unemployment rates for veterans in the United States since the Great Recession of the early 2000s, at 3.7%. However, veterans are still extremely underemployed, meaning that they’re not applying for or acquiring jobs that truly meet their experiences, strengths, skill sets, and capabilities.
By Joan S. Farrell, JD Can civility training prevent workplace harassment? We find out in today’s Advisor with an article by BLR® Legal Editor Joan S. Farrell, JD.
In Yesterday’s Advisor, we explored some of the best ways to approach hiring veterans. Today we’ll explore the advantages of wounded warrior projects.
Yesterday’s Advisor explored a number of resources and guidelines about hiring veterans. Today we’ll explore how official wounded warrior projects can help.
How you handle recruiting differs for different groups. Tactics for hiring college students, for example, might not be the best fit for hiring older professionals. The same is true for recruiting veterans. Luckily, there are a lot of resources designed for helping you make the most of your recruiting program when it comes to hiring […]