Veterans of the U.S. Military are equipped with extremely valuable competencies that should make them highly sought after job candidates. Chief among these attributes is leadership. The U.S. Military has the most advanced leadership training in the world. Veterans also possess a global mindset which translates into job applicants that are able to work across several cultures and belief systems. Finally the U.S.Military has several branches which require specialized skills to be successful.
It is important to understand how these competencies are applicable to the business world and a common mistake employers overlook is the fact they lack the comprehension to screen for these types of skills because they do not proactively partner with the military or related organizations to develop the necessary foundation to evaluate these skill sets.
This webcast is geared for organizations that are serious about investing time and resources into talent acquisition strategies to attract military talent and will help to provide a blueprint to engage efficiently with veterans looking to join the workforce.
You will learn:
How skills developed in the military translate to the business world
A game plan to better understand the best way to partner with organizations that can assist in screening the desired military candidate
Community outreach execution through competency alignment and compelling success stories
As day 2 of the 2013 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference began, attendees were treated to a case study of the US Army recruiting experience. In early 2007, the Army had missed its recruiting goal for two months and it was forecast that they would miss it for the entire year. The Army chose current Global Employer Brand Leader at Amazon David Lee to lead a new marketing campaign applying military strategy to the marketing department.