3 Reasons to Use Orion's Military Talent Launch
Are you ready to build a military hiring program of your own? In addition to selecting and training the internal team that will create and execute your Military Hiring Program, there are many additional costs and factors to be considered - sourcing tools and resources, travel to military bases and job fairs, appropriate online presence to attract Veterans, and streamlined integration with your ATS System - as well as developing internal resources to support the program and mentor new Veterans as they are hired.
WEBINAR: Military Career Transition Q&A, Presented by JWMI
The decision to transition out of the military into the civilian workforce is one that comes with a lot of uncertainty for many veteran job seekers. From knowing your market value to networking, to negotiating and accepting a job offer, the military transition requires diligence and patience.
Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Hire Veterans at our Philadelphia Distinguished Candidate Conference
On Monday, April 30 - Tuesday, May 1, 2018, we’ll be holding our Distinguished Candidate Conference in Philadelphia, PA, with over 100 transitioning and former Military Officers interviewing at the event.
PODCAST: Careers for Veterans with Daifuku North America
Orion has proudly partnered with Daifuku North America Holding Company (DNAHC), a leading provider of material handling systems, to provide exciting career opportunities for veterans. Since the beginning of the partnership, Daifuku has hired more than 70 veterans into a variety of roles nationwide.
Competing for Top Talent in Today’s Market
Talent Acquisition and Hiring Managers are facing increased difficulty when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. Contributing factors include low unemployment, the need for highly skilled labor, a shortage of qualified candidates, and the openness toward relocation. Today’s recruiting landscape requires employers to take a new approach when attracting and retaining sought after talent.
#WhyWait? - Start Your Career Search Now
One of the first questions to cross a veteran's mind when they consider transitioning to the civilian world is when to begin the career search. Many veterans wait until a few months before they separate or retire. But, in most cases, the right answer is that it is never too early to start working with a military recruiting firm to find your civilian career.
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