Successful Strategies For Recruiting And Retaining Military Personnel And Veterans
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Many organizations make the decision to implement veteran hiring initiatives, but lack the skills and knowledge to effectively implement such a program.
This information helps HR staff, hiring managers and first-line supervisors understand all the aspects of a successful veteran hiring initiative.
This webinar also provides best practices utilized by major corporations with long histories of successfully hiring and retaining veterans.
How to Create a Veteran Hiring Program
Reading Military Resumes and Interviewing Veterans
- Brief Background About Veterans
- Internal Support and Resources
- Key Organizations Which Can Help You Grow Your Veteran Hiring Program
Successfully Onboarding Veterans
- Differences Between Civilian and Military Resumes
- What to Look for in the Resumes
- Why Interviewing Veterans Can Be Different From Interviewing Civilians
- Do's and Don'Ts of Interviewing Veterans
Creating a Military-Friendly Work Environment and Retaining Veterans
- Veteran Orientation and Socialization
- Communicate Expectations
- Assign a Mentor
About The Presenter
- Corporate Champion
- Employee Resource Group
- Military Branding
- Veteran Identification
- Collaboration With Other Organizations
- Reservists and National Guardsmen and Guardswomen
- Leads the Wounded Veteran and Caregiver Program, which focuses on employment opportunities for this particular demographic, and which is part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes initiative
- Consulted for a number of companies regarding their veteran hiring programs, including Hilton Worldwide, MassMutual, Michaels, La Quinta Inns & Suites, the Apollo Group, and the Las Vegas Cosmopolitan. I am also a member of the Military Advisory Council for First Data
- A founding principal of Veteran Integration Solutions, a veteran-owned business that provides live training workshops to organizations that want to implement veteran hiring initiatives but lack the expertise to do so
- In 2012 the Virginia Legislature passed a commending resolution highlighting his continued support of veterans and other wounded warriors; was named a Champion of Change by the White House, and also was awarded the prestigious inaugural 2014 Lincoln Award recognizing his outstanding achievement and excellence in providing opportunities and support to our nation’s veterans and military families
- Retired from the Marine Corps with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and now serves on the board of directors of the Wounded Warrior Project and several other national nonprofit organizations
- His articles about different aspects of hiring and onboarding veterans have been published in Time Magazine, Stars and Stripes, various business journals, and at Military.com
- Practiced as an attorney for fifteen years, recently completed an advanced law degree with distinction from Georgetown University, and was the honor graduate of my class at the Marine Corps Command and Staff College
- Recently published a business leadership book called My Battlefield, Your Office: Leadership Lessons From the Front Lines
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