Military Transition News:
May / June 2013
Articles in This Issue
When you get right down to it, employers of military veterans, companies like those that make up the 2013 MVE for Military list, become much more than a source of a paycheck. Ask veterans what they value most, and they universally cite examples of how their employers cared for them - not just as military service people, but as individuals.
To the many MVEs who hire veterans as part of their HR model, we thank you. Congratulations to the CivilianJobs.com 2013 MVEs for ensuring that your corporate culture honors those who have served.
Back in the 1990s, when every geek with an elevator pitch was blowing hot air into the bursting dot-com bubble, companies were scrambling to prove just how cool it was to work for them.
As we know all too well, when it comes to finding a job, it’s no longer a buyer’s market. But savvy organizations know that recruiting and retaining talent is an expensive enterprise, and one of the most effective ways of attracting and keeping good people on board is by being a great place to work.
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With 261,000 people working around the world, Accenture is constantly seeking out the world’s best talent, both in the US and globally. As a part of their strategy to find talent, they identify and hire former military service personnel.
As part of recruiting, they recognize the need to help veterans understand the value of a career with Accenture and the tremendous potential it can offer.
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In this issue, you will find the 2013 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military®. What is unique about the MVE list is that the eligible companies can be any size, not just the largest with the most resources. As such, they represent a broad spectrum of job opportunities as well.
In this article, Tom Wolfe explains the steps of the interview process and suggests important factors to take in to account during the course of interviewing.
As a military spouse, you understand that finding a new job can be a job all by itself. Whether you are PCSing to a new duty station, or transitioning away from military life altogether, it can be hard to land a good job.
A well-written military spouse resume can help you navigate through the trying times. When developing your resume, avoid these seven mistakes at all costs.
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Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers.
Q: There’s a company that I’m interested in working for with several positions posted on their website. Can I apply for all the positions that interest me? Will it work against military job seekers?
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