Article details corporate America’s increasing focus on hiring military-experienced talent
Atlanta, Georgia, June 26, 2006 – Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), the largest military-focused placement firm in the U.S., congratulates BMI candidates Adria Cobeaga and William Harrison for being profiled in The New York Times‘ June 18, 2006 issue in an article entitled “Ex-Soldiers Are Recruited Again (and Eagerly) for Civilian Jobs”. The feature highlights Ms. Cobeaga and Mr. Harrison as prime examples of the high-value military talent that is being targeted by corporate America (full article available for download here: http://www.bradley-morris.com/bmi_feature_articles.html; a direct link to the New York Times article is here: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/18/jobs/18jmar.html).
”The New York Times could not have chosen two better examples of military-experienced talent than Adria and William,” said Shaun Bradley, CEO at Bradley-Morris, Inc. “They possess the character attributes that our Fortune 500 and emerging company clients are looking for, and find, in BMI candidates: Leaders, goal achievers and self-starters.” Sandra Morris, COO, added, “Our clients hire candidates like Adria and William to add long-term value to their organizations, whether they are filling leadership, technical or operations-related roles.”
The article also mentions additional key traits found in BMI candidates: “Both Ms. Cobeaga and Mr. Harrison, as junior military officers, are in what recruiters call the sweet spot — they have technical training, a college degree and leadership experience that makes them highly desirable candidates in the corporate world. Mr. Harrison and Ms. Cobeaga both worked with Bradley-Morris, an Atlanta-based recruitment firm that places those with military experience.” In addition to former officers / JMOs like Cobeaga and Harrison, BMI also places former NCO / enlisted military candidates who possess the technical training that make them ideally suited for Field Service, Electrical / Mechanical Management and Operations Management roles.
Companies interested in tapping the perpetual military talent pool can make plans to attend an upcoming Bradley-Morris Hiring Conference in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Norfolk or San Diego. BMI’s detailed Hiring Conference schedule can be found here on the web: http://hc.Bradley-Morris.com.
Bradley-Morris also recently announced a special promotional offer that commemorates their 15th year in business: Clients who attend and interview at an August 2006 BMI Hiring Conference will receive complementary hotel accommodations. Details can be found here: http://www.bradley-morris.com/15years/.
Bradley-Morris, Inc., the largest military-focused placement firm in the U.S., expertly matches the top leadership, technical, operations and diversity candidates who are leaving the military with the leading job opportunities in the Fortune 1000 and emerging company sectors. Our client-focused approach yields superior return-on-investment and results in a 96% customer service satisfaction rating from the valued companies that partner with us. In addition, 90% of our military job seekers receive interest from these companies by taking advantage of our free Hiring Conference process. Serving the U.S., Europe and Asia, Bradley-Morris is headquartered in metro-Atlanta, GA, and can be found on the web at www.Bradley-Morris.com.