While quickly and cost-efficiently finding qualified veterans to fill your open positions is your goal, it takes particular tools to accomplish. You ideally want to source from the most qualified candidates on an easy-to-use platform that will help you speed up your time to hire and increase ROI with the right hire.
Here, we’ll break down three surefire ways to broaden your knowledge on the veteran hiring front and ensure you’re finding top veteran talent in the most efficient way possible. Continue reading
When we first sat down with TransUnion, they explained three things upfront:
- They want to hire Veterans because they contribute to the bottom line; In other words, they value our talent
- They require experienced talent; Something we all have – Officers, NCOs, Junior Officers, and Junior Enlisted
- They also know what they’re looking for
Let’s look at point 3 – Here is what TransUnion is currently searching for in MOS/AOC speak: Continue reading
As companies continually seek talent that contributes loyalty, passion, resilience, and commitment to the workforce, they look to veterans.
The values of the military align with many corporate goals, such as being customer-centric, providing a consultative approach, and focusing on collaboration and teamwork. It’s no wonder the Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that by the year 2023, there will be more than 3.5 million veterans in the civilian job market.
As companies like yours implement veteran hiring initiatives, it’s crucial that you understand how to optimize your efforts in order to ensure success. This means keeping the cost to hire as low as possible, recruiting top talent, improving retention, and increasing your ROI.
In order to quickly and cost-efficiently fill your veteran initiative with the most qualified candidates that will increase ROI, where do you start? The following tips will help you implement a successful veteran hiring initiative that attracts top talent. Continue reading
Today, many corporate leaders are in search of veterans that will bring real value to the workplace. According to a survey report from CareerBuilder, one-third of surveyed employers reported they are actively recruiting veterans over the next year, up from 27 percent in last year’s survey. Estimates are that by the year 2023 there will be 3.5 million military veterans in the U.S. workforce.
While this is an exciting initiative for companies seeking to leverage skilled and talented Veterans in their workplace, it’s also challenging. Many hiring managers and recruiters don’t understand veterans’ experience and the related hard and soft skills — which likely stems back to the myths civilians have about military veterans.
Let’s now discuss some common veteran misconceptions and uncover how hiring managers can strengthen their understanding of the real skills veterans can bring to civilian jobs. Continue reading
Hiring the best candidate for the job typically takes a lot of time and money. While you feel pressure from leadership to fill your open positions as quickly as possible, recruiting the most qualified candidates will save you more time, money, and frustration in the long run.
Scrambling to just quickly fill your open jobs can result in loss of money, time invested and increased attrition rates by not having the right talent in the role.
So, how can you cost-effectively hire and retain top-notch employees? A good starting point is tapping into a pool of the most skilled, reliable, and impressive candidates. Here’s why the most qualified person for the job could very well be a veteran: Continue reading