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2017 Client Feedback Report

You spoke, we listened 2017 was a pivotal year for Bradley-Morris. As an organization, we focused on adjusting and improving what we do best, contingency recruiting. Part of our internal assessment of our hiring process in 2017, was gathering feedback from the organizations we’re fortunate enough to partner with to create hiring solutions. We compiled… Read more »

2017 in Review – Bradley-Morris, Inc.

What a year! The team at Bradley-Morris reached new heights for our business in 2017. We invite you to explore select highlights and successes from our year in review. Acquisition of RecruitMilitary We acquired RecruitMilitary in late 2016, which expanded our combined entities into the largest military recruiting company in the U.S. In 2017, we strengthened… Read more »

What are Veterans Looking for in an Employer?

Recruiters from every industry are working harder than ever to secure top talent in today’s candidate-driven market. Smart employers already know that military veterans present a richly skilled talent pool that comes with built-in educational opportunities and tax incentives. But what do employers need to know to better connect with the veterans they’ve hired and… Read more »

Why Companies Can’t Find the Veteran Talent They Need

The search for veteran talent has never been more challenging. More than two-thirds of organizations hiring full-time staff reported difficulties in recruiting for job openings, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). This time around, the candidates are driving the bus. According to data collected by MRINetwork, 86% of recruiters and 62% of employers felt… Read more »

Lessons Learned: What Military Service Taught These Veteran Business Owners

By Julie Bawden Davis Writer/Author/Publisher/Speaker, Garden Guides Press American Express OPEN Forum highlights Tim Best, CEO of BradleyMorris and RecruitMilitary. Click here to read the full article.

Climbing the Corporate Ladder After the Transition from Military to Civilian Life

by Carolyn Heinze, Contributing Editor, BMI Transition Team   Ask those who served in the military about the transition from military to civilian life, and chances are they will admit to a bit of culture shock – positive and negative. One of the most exciting aspects about this change is the opportunity it brings, especially… Read more »

Bradley-Morris Receives Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Certification

Today, Mark Buehlman, the Virginia Values Veterans Regional Program Manager – Hampton Roads, presented Tim Best, Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) CEO, with BMI’s V3 certification. The Virginia Values Veterans (V3) certification program seeks to help employers throughout Virginia better understand the veteran talent pool and endeavors to effectively train employers on current best practices for recruiting, hiring,… Read more »

Old Friendships Drive Military Vets to Reunite

When Chris Stevens, Director of Enlisted Recruiting at Bradley-Morris, Inc., and his fellow Air Force veterans gathered to tailgate and attend a recent Cincinnati Bengals – Buffalo Bills game, the last thing they expected was to have their reunion featured on the news. But that’s exactly what happened. For many veterans, the camaraderie experienced with… Read more »

Bradley-Morris Mentioned in Article Discussing How to Write Great Content for Veterans

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… Read more »

What Employers Should Know about the “Forever GI” Bill

The veteran workforce just became more valuable. The recent signing of the Forever GI Bill into law brought significant reforms and improvements to veterans’ education benefits – delivering the biggest expansion of college aid for veterans in a decade and addressing the growing needs of employers to fill the skills gap. This legislation adds additional… Read more »