Hiring Our Heroes, an initiative by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce provides resources for Veterans including a job search tool, Fast Track, which identifies careers in the fastest-growing job markets, links to employment workshops, hiring fairs, a Personal Branding Resume Engine and mentoring. Veterans will find multiple resources from the Chamber and their partners. Included is a program for Military Spouses. Click on the “Job Seekers” tab, or the “Where to Start” tab.
This website provides Veterans with links to opportunities to be “badged” for prior experience, training, and education. It also provides an opportunity to register for the U.S. Manufacturing Pipeline job matching site and to find and apply for skills training in advanced manufacturing. The resources tie to advanced manufacturing companies, associations, trainers and education institutions.
Employers looking for the latest research on Veterans’ employment issues can access downloadable reports containing implementation information and policy implications.
This online toolkit provides employers and Veterans with access to leading practices, business cases, and tools and techniques. Business leaders have access to communications materials to share support for Veteran initiatives internally and to external, broader constituents. Human Resources professionals and hiring managers are provided with checklists and other tools to support hiring, retaining, and advancing Veterans. Veterans can use information to access important resources for a successful transition into the civilian workforce.
Employers looking for information about working with Veterans can access the latest research on this site. Downloadable reports, employer guides, and business case information can be accessed here.
- The Business Case for Hiring Veterans: Beyond the Clichés
- The Employment Situation of Veterans Monthly and Annual reports
- Guide to Leading Policies, Practices & Resources: Supporting the Employment of Veterans and Military Families
Leading practices for recruiting, hiring, onboarding and retaining veterans
Academic research about the benefits for hiring veterans into the civilian workforce
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) announced today it will partner with 10 other large companies to commit to collectively hire 100,000 military members leaving active duty service and other veterans by the end of 2020.