You’re looking to hire a veteran. You’ve likely heard about the tangible and intangible skills that this group brings to an organization; not only do they have highly developed leadership skills, they have a history of delivering results and working successfully within a team. But where do you start?
When it comes to finding a specialty candidate, like one with prior military experience, most recruiting firms have their work cut out for them. They’ll likely utilize the traditional channels you already have access to, such as LinkedIn or Monster, to find the talent you’re looking for.
What makes Bradley-Morris unique?
Unlike traditional recruiting firms, we help you hire a veteran by connecting your company with military candidates we already know. We have a database of nearly 1.3 million candidates, which allows us to fill your open position quickly and efficiently. Our expansive database keeps our time-to-fill rate for a position low; this is a significant advantage for organizations who partner with Bradley-Morris because we are capable of quickly relieving the burden of empty leadership, operations or technical roles within a nationwide company.
Before you interview a potential candidate, they have already been vetted by your recruiting team and our patented technology, which can easily match their background, availability date, salary requirements and experience with your open position. These military candidates come to Bradley-Morris as a result of channels such as:
- Our Job Board
- Our Education Seminars
- On-Base Events
- Social Media
- Web Searches
Hire a veteran
By focusing specifically on military candidates, we have the unique opportunity of truly understanding how they’ll fit within an organization. With over 25 years of experience as a military staffing company, we have candidates across the United States that are looking to begin their civilian career. Connect with us today to learn more about how to hire a veteran and how this premier group of talent can thrive within your organization.
Read about BMI candidates who found their new civilian career after being connected with companies across the nation