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Sandy Morris, CEO of military recruiting firm Bradley-Morris, Inc., was recently interviewed by America’s Business radio. Some of the topics covered included: – What staffing challenges are occurring for hiring authorities? – Are there volume hiring solutions, as well as one-to-one staffing solutions? – What industries are good ones for military-experienced talent? Click here to… Read more »

Another fantastic suggestion that originates from Elaine Dumler’s book “I’m Already Home…Again –  Keeping Your Family Close While On Assignment or Deployment“, is a Flat Daddy(TM).  Since many deployments last anywhere from 6 months to 15 months, children of service members lose a sense of connection to the deployed parent.  A Flat Daddy is a… Read more »

Do you have employees who also serve in the Guard or Reserve?  These days it’s often not a question of “if” but “when” they  will be mobilized for military service.  You probably also have employees who are married to military members or who are the parent of a young service member.  You may be wondering… Read more »

The New York Times recently featured an article entitled, “From the Armed Forces to the Workforce” by Eilene Zimmerman, that addresses frequently asked questions regarding military to civilian job searches and resumes.  For example, it answers the questions: Should you work with a recruiter? and How do you translate your military experience into terms that… Read more »

Here is a good article from contributing editor Janet Farley regarding why to deal with the Cyberskeletons that might be lurking in a military job seeker’s closet. Employers are getting much more savvy about how to search social networking sites and you would hate for a less-than-flattering picture on your myspace page to be the… Read more »

Check out this case study regarding Callidus, a company that has had a great deal of success hiring military. “Callidus found itself experiencing a high-growth period, due in part to a demanding energy market as well as increased environmental awareness and legislation. While it is a technology-based firm, it seeks employees to fill a whole… Read more »

Hello and welcome to the blog! If you have any questions regarding your military-to-civilian transition, resumes, or your pending civilian career, please feel free to email me and I’ll try to answer some of the questions here on the blog. I recently guest-blogged on Resume Power. The topic was why to avoid functional resumes. Click… Read more »

“We are very excited about hosting a CivilianJobs.com Job Fair at Fort Benning,” said George Bernloehr, COO of CivilianJobs.com.  “This region is populated with highly-skilled job seekers as well as great companies who are looking for this valuable talent pool.” CivilianJobs.com is working in partnership with Hire Vets First, started by the President’s National Hire… Read more »

Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) announced their September / October 2008 hiring events schedule yesterday. The service is called ConferenceHire – pre-scheduled interviews with pre-screened candidates. More information can be found in the press release.

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bill Scott Bradley-Morris, Inc. (678) 819-4183 bscott@bradley-morris.com Article profiles the company’s free military job seeker services for those undergoing military to civilian transition. Atlanta, Georgia, July 13, 2008 – Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), the largest military to civilian placement firm in the U.S., was recently featured in an article in The Virginian-Pilot, a… Read more »