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Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: I’m about 16 months from transitioning and I feel completely overwhelmed. Even with TAP and some of the hiring fairs, I still don’t feel confident that I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing. Can you provide some guidance on where I begin? Click here to… Read more »

In today’s competitive job market, a great compensation package is not enough to attract and retain employees. That’s why more and more companies are now offering creative benefits and fostering company culture to increase employee satisfaction and success. As an employee, you don’t want to let these great company benefits go to waste because you… Read more »

As we approach July 4th, I took some time digging into the recent LinkedIn Veteran Insight Report. Whether it be patriotic or performance motives, it’s great to see the changing tide regarding veteran hiring in Corporate America. In 2001, when I started with Bradley-Morris, we looked for one of two things to get corporate buy-in:… Read more »

To the civilian world, Navy LT Tim Mossholder “took a ship out to sea and rode around with guns in boats,” he says. But as Mossholder prepared to exit the Navy after serving from 2006 to 2012, he wanted potential employers to see something more. “I was looking for a job to mentor teams of folks and… Read more »

Dale P. Bennett is executive vice president of 2016 MVE honoree Lockheed Martin and their Mission Systems and Training (MST) business area. In this role, Mr. Bennett oversees the execution of programs for the U.S. Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy, as well as for international military, civil and commercial customers. To… Read more »

Filing your taxes can be stressful and confusing. The key to making it manageable is organization and planning. Below are five steps to confidently filing your taxes. The fifth step is the most important as it will make your life easier and less “taxing” in the years to come. Click here to read more.

A winning military resume presents your past experience in a way that also indicates your future potential. It grabs and holds the attention of the reader and makes him or her want to know more. To know more requires a conversation and that conversation is an interview. Simply stated, a resume is an interview generation tool… Read more »

It was a tall order. Sitting in front of job coach Michelle Morettini was a combat veteran, and he had an unusual request. He possessed a wealth of foreign travel experiences, but he’d had enough of high-risk, dangerous duties in his life. What did he really want? It was simple: To apply his international expertise… Read more »

I had the opportunity to speak with military-experienced executive Jerry Ashcroft who was recently selected to be the Chief Executive Officer of an iconic oil and gas industry brand. Mr. Ashcroft was a decorated Major in the United States Marine Corps. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the United States Naval Academy and his MBA… Read more »

In the upcoming issues of Military Transition News, we are reprising the A to Z list of everything a service member needs to know about transitioning. Two of the “greatest hits” are the letters “C” and “M”. Click here to learn more.