Reasons and Tips for Hiring Veterans | Peter Palivos
US military veterans have had a better time now than in the past, with their unemployment rate lower than it’s ever been before. This might lead you to believe that you should be seeking out your own set of veterans to hire for your business. But why and how?
These are good questions to answer before you start a veteran hiring program. Check out these reasons and tips on how you should be hiring veterans for your business.
To be successful in the military, members have to show that they bring creativity and hard work to whatever their current job is. Veterans have taken that same mindset home with them to whatever job they currently are working. This can help you run a more successful business.
Before you hire a veteran, come up with some problematic scenarios they might face during daily work. A good veteran will then be able to develop solutions that help your business get back to normal. Quiz incoming veterans on creativity if you want to hire them for your business.
You might have a good idea of what a veteran entails, but you might be unsure where to hire veterans for your business. Fortunately, businesses have found ways to directly target veterans looking for a new job in the past couple of years. This can be done by starting a veteran job fair.
With a veteran job fair, veterans can visit a location where multiple employers are there to directly talk and give job offers to veterans that best fit their needs. This creates a massive relief for businesses and veterans as they then won’t have to go too far out of the way to get what they want. Consider how you can make job searching efforts better for employers and veterans.
A veteran will tell you that they have received constant communication on what they were doing in the military, no matter what that thing was. Employers should take this into mind when hiring veterans. To take this in mind, they need to start a communication process.
A communication process could entail regular meetings between managers and veterans. From there, each side can talk about what they believe they are currently doing good and what could change in the future. This open level of dialogue will then create comfort so that no veteran believes they are out of place. Think about how open communication can bring and keep veterans working for a business.
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