Creating a Military Friendly Culture and Onboarding Program

Making the decision to implement a Veteran hiring initiative is only the first step. To ensure the success of Veteran employees and maximize their value to an organization, it is imperative that businesses tailor their culture and on-boarding process. This course provides information and resources necessary for businesses to begin their military recruitment campaign, including mobilizing efforts to hire and retain Veterans and their spouses.

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Lessons Overview

Welcoming a Veteran New Hire – Offers guidance on creating a welcoming space for a Veteran transitioning from their active-duty career into the civilian world.


Community Collaboration -Demonstrates how networking with corporate and non-profit groups can help businesses find and recruit Veterans for employment.


Deployment Issues in the Workplace – Focuses on employees who are members of the Reserve or family members of Reservists and how to support them before and after a deployment.


Engaging Staff and Veteran Retention – Discusses the importance of educating non-military staff in how to support Veteran employees and ways to ensure Veteran hires stay with the business.


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    Xavier Moya December 18, 2017 at 11:01 am

    Needs more on motivating veterans to stay, like recognition of training and advancement opportunity’s

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    Nicole Williams October 2, 2018 at 1:49 pm

    Good information, thank you!!

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    Brian Bissonnette January 21, 2019 at 11:41 pm

    Very nice article with very useful information. Thanks for sharing such an informative post. I would share it on

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    melsue April 14, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    Good information that is useful for any company to know when hiring veterans.

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