ERE.net posted an article recently with tips on how to write great content for veterans and Bradley-Morris, Inc. was mentioned. The title of the article was “Create Recruiting Content for Veterans in 5 Simple Steps” and was authored by Caroline Kangas. An excerpt can be found below:
“Step 5: See an opportunity to help? Provide it!
Recognize that while seeing specific military experiences on a resume might not be an obvious fit for the corporate world, skills can and do translate, as explored in the above example. That said, what opportunities do you have to provide a personal touch to veteran candidates, should you have suggestions to improve their resumes? Organizations like Bradley-Morris provide extensive services. It’s also likely that your current veteran employees could be a great group of ambassadors to reach out to veteran candidates to provide some coaching. Think about the impact a coaching session would have to both boost the candidate’s likelihood to be hired and improve your employer brand?”