This webpage of the National Resource Directory is a portal to resource links in five categories: 1) Help Finding Veteran Job Candidates, 2) Employment Laws and Regulations, 3) Employer Associations, 4) Supporting Veterans in the Workplace, and 5) Information for Federal Employers and Federal Contractors.
The Guide to Hiring Veterans provides employers with resource links; information on Veterans’ benefits and tax credits; and military to civilian skills and classification cross walks. This guide also provides tips on recruiting, interviewing, hiring, retaining, and advancing Veterans to achieve the greatest benefit for both the Veteran and the business.
To learn more about how to overcome the on-the-job challenges of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) this webpage provides employers with downloadable fact sheets, presentations, training tools, real-life success stories, and answers to frequently asked questions about TBI, PTSD and employment.
Managed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) this website provides employers and the workforce development system with downloadable presentations and links to information and tools to address employment challenges facing returning service members and Veterans living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Managed by the Veterans Administration this website provides links to resources for businesses who want to hire Veterans, including links to information on Work Opportunity tax credits (WOTC) and a job posting tool focused on recruiting Veterans. Communications professionals will be able to access a wealth of information to support their organization’s Veteran’s initiatives.
The National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder provides resources to employers, service members, Veterans, and their families, helping them understand and cope with the effects of post-traumatic stress of military service.
This website acts as a portal to tools, techniques, and resources 1) for employers and 2) for Veterans who have sustained disabilities and their families. Job accommodations for various injuries are described, including links to JAN's Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR) for accommodation sources and resources.
This downloadable report documents the results of a Society of Human Resource Professionals (SHRM) member survey in 2010, “Employing Military Personnel and Recruiting Veterans” and provides an overview of SHRM’s “Military Veterans: Transitioning Skills to the New Economy” conference findings. These reports stress the importance of human resource leadership to support a Veteran’s successful transition to the civilian workforce.
Using information gathered from 69 companies the authors of this 2012 report provide perspectives on the business benefits of hiring Veterans and the opportunities to improve a Veteran’s transition to civilian employment.
The USBLN® Disability Supplier Diversity Program® is the nation's leading third-party certifier of disability-owned business enterprises (DOBE®s), including companies owned by service-disabled Veterans. Diverse suppliers may be certified as service-disabled Veteran owned small businesses (SDVOSBs), gaining access to a large market of private-sector corporate buyers. This is complementary to the VA’s program, which focuses on government purchasing.