One of the ways Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) helps employers improve their diversity hiring is with military talent. The military was one of this country’s first integrated workforces and that tradition continues today. Employers rely on BMI to keep up-to-date with military talent sources because businesses typically don’t have the time, budget or expertise to do… Read more »
IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bill Scott Bradley-Morris, Inc. (678) 819-4183 email@example.com Tabinga Promoted to Executive Consultant Largest military-focused recruiting firm announces advancement Atlanta, Georgia – April 7, 2017 – Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), the largest military-focused recruiting firm in the U.S., announced today that Robert Tabinga has been promoted to the position of Executive Consultant. “Rob has… Read more »
Bradley-Morris has partnered with Northrop Grumman to hire multiple RF Test Technicians in Baltimore, MD. Northrop Grumman Mission Systems is the nation’s premier government contractor. This is a great opportunity for individuals to continue to serve our country, while advancing a civilian career path! High profile opportunities such as this do not stay open long… Read more »
Please find the Bradley-Morris Quarterly Placement Sampling (QPS) for the 1st Quarter 2017 below, a sample listing of representative actual placements that BMI has facilitated in the previous quarter. This document is only a sampling and not an all-inclusive list of every BMI placement from the last three months. The QPS reflects a combination of… Read more »
Please find the Bradley-Morris Officer Quarterly Placement Sampling (QPS) for the 1st Quarter 2017 below, a sample listing of representative actual placements that BMI has facilitated in the previous quarter. This document is only a sampling and not an all-inclusive list of every BMI placement from the last three months. The QPS reflects a combination… Read more »
Although primarily written for a military job seeker audience, the U.S. News & World Report article The Power of the Veteran Brand When Job Searching also gives employers an idea of the extraordinary capabilities veterans bring to the civilian workplace. Peter A. Gudmundsson, President of Bradley-Morris’ subsidiary RecruitMilitary, lists certain attributes that military-experienced candidates have and should communicate to a… Read more »
I recently learned a new acronym from an Army infantry leader: METT-T (Mission, Enemy, Terrain, Troops – Time). This acronym is commonly used for battlefield analysis and the organization of a plan of defense. I believe this acronym can likewise be applied to a winning military hiring strategy for your team. These are five simple… Read more »
If you have ever purchased a home, you most likely worked with a real estate agent. Your agent probably sat down with you (and your spouse if you are married) to discuss what type of house you are looking for: How many bedrooms, two-story or one-story, location, price range, etc. Then, once your agent has… Read more »
Following these Commandments will lead you to a promised land called Interview Success. In part one of this two-part series, we will focus on the First through Fifth Commandments. Click here to read more.
Service-disabled veterans may feel daunted about discussing their ability to perform a job with employers. But there is one simple guideline: “A job interview is a two-way street,” says Kate Jones, partner at law firm Kutak Rock LLP in Omaha, NE. Click here to read more.