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We are a national search firm dedicated to helping companies attract critical talent. Hiring a vet is a patriotic act AND a smart business decision. We focus on veterans because they are great employees: natural leaders, multi-skilled, and possess “can-do” attitudes. We strive to become your trusted advisor and a valuable extension of your recruiting team. We listen to your needs and strive to truly understand your organization and the opportunity you offer. We are relentless in following a proven strategic recruiting process, and we don’t stop until you have hired the perfect new employee.
Dedication. Commitment. Loyalty. More than just words when it comes to hiring your next employee. As a job recruiter for military veterans, we have found these words to be descriptive of those we so proudly place. In doing so it is our mission to assist our valued clients with their staffing needs by consistently providing great employees for great companies, thereby also providing great jobs for our veterans. From the outset we have pledged an unwavering commitment to all those we serve, as we strive to be the best in our field.
We are proud to help so many top companies build veteran workforces.
Insider tips to help companies build a strong veteran workforce and to teach veterans networking, interviewing, and other job-getting skills.
Social Media is a useful tool for businesses to advertise and identify with, but it is certainly a double-edged sword. While being a valuable tool for marketing and advertising from a business standpoint, social media is also a portfolio of photos, videos, and statements from potential future employees. Prospective candidates for a job position are[…]
When searching for a job it is important to put forward a professional appearance and demeanor whether it be in-person or online. Employers want to hire people that conduct themselves in a respectable manner, so here are a few tips on how to sharpen your etiquette when searching for employment. 1. Show Efficient Communication Skills[…]
Punctuality is a sign to employers that the candidate is serious and well deserving of the potential job position. No hiring manager will hire a candidate who arrives late for an interview over someone that arrived on time. So here are a few tips for getting to the interview on time and relaxed: The night[…]
An interviewer will consider several things when analyzing your value to their business: Your First Impression Your Professionalism Your Resume How You Answer Questions How You Ask Questions Asking questions may not seem like an overly important part of the interviewing process, but it absolutely is. People often think of an interview as solely the[…]
Hiring managers often ask a similar set of questions no matter the job position. These questions are clever ways for the employer to gain a first impression of you so answering the questions correctly is detrimental. Here are some tips: 1. Anticipate these questions: “Can you tell me about yourself?” “What makes you a worthy[…]
It’s so easy today to simply send an online application and expect for a phone call, but that is not enough to get the job. Companies get flooded with applications and it is very simple to get lost in the tsunami of applicants. Don’t get discouraged! ONLY 2% OF ALL JOBS ARE FILLED BY ONLINE[…]
As a Veteran, do you remember writing letters to loved ones when you were away at training, overseas, or at a different time? A written letter has long been a part of military life, so here’s how you can utilize it to help get you employed: When was the last time you received a hand[…]
Being a Veteran offers its own rapport on an application for a job. But you can only make one first impression so it is imperative to be prepared for it. Hiring managers want to hire the best candidate possible so the first impression you make can dictate an entire interviews tone. Confidence, dressing for success, and a[…]
Whether you were in the Marines, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force, or Army you’ve most likely had to face some form of negativity. A lot of Veterans can relate to one another when it comes to the memory of having a superior officer screaming in your ear telling you to quit if you can’t handle[…]
Being respectful is a skill that many Veterans excel at. As a Veteran trying to find a job, you must remember to NOT ask: “So how much does this job pay?” Asking questions during an interview or conversation with a potential employer is great, but asking about pay can cost you the job. When you’re in[…]