15 October 2009

Troop Support! (5/365) Hire veterans!

This war is producing many young men and women who have completed their military service and are reentering civilian life.

Remember, they took care of us, lets take care of them!

Whenever you can, look to veterans when you are seeking a new employee.

They have so much going for them. Veterans are used to responsibility, accountability, and working as part of team.

Believe me veterans know what it means to show up and turn in a solid day of work, come rain or shine.

Do not be afraid of hiring disabled veterans. You will find that drive, training, and experience will overcome apparent limitations. Many federal support programs are in place to be sure that this is possible.

Info from the government at Hire Vets First:

http://hirevetsfirst.dol.gov/

Learn more at Hire Veterans:

http://www.hireveterans.com/

Top 10 reasons to hire vets from Veteran's today

1. Accelerated Learning Curve
2. Leadership
3. Teamwork
4. Diversity and Inclusion in Action
5. Efficient performance under pressure
6. Respect for procedures
7. Technology and globalization
8. Integrity
9. Conscious of health and safety standards
10. Triumph over adversity

http://www.veteranstoday.com/article467.html

And for veterans who are looking for a job, there are many useful leads at Veterans 4 Hire:

http://www.veterans4hire.com/


Hire Vets!

(And a big thank you to Geisinger Medical Center for having the faith to hire this veteran)

4 comments:

  1. The Thunder Run has linked to this post in the blog post From the Front: 10/16/2009 News and Personal dispatches from the front and the home front.

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  2. Thanks, David! I appreciate the reach. C

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  3. the new NBC show MERCY about nurses highlights a nurse who is a veteran of the war in Iraq. She is coping with returning to civilian life but fights tirelessly for her patients and is an inspiration to the other doctors and nurses in the hospital. Of course she is a fictional character, but she is a perfect example of the passion and leadership qualities veterans have to offer. Here's a clip of her in action:

    http://www.nbc.com/mercy/video/clips/pulling-the-goalie/1166757/

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  4. Dear Ryan,

    Thank you so much for posting this! Fictional characters can really demonstrate a point well.

    Take care,

    Chris

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