CivilianJobs.com, where America’s military connects with civilian careers, recently announced the 2011 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military winners. Congratulations to all the military friendly companies who earned this distinction!
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Congratulations to the 2011 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military winners that were just recently announced by CivilianJobs.com. Also, don’t miss this blog post on how job seekers get noticed by those military-friendly companies.
CivilianJobs.com is the site where America’s military connects with civilian careers. In addition to providing a job board and a military base newspaper, CivilianJobs.com produces military jobs fairs at bases all over the U.S. that are free for military job seekers to attend. In the course of these many job fairs, the CivilianJobs.com team has… Read more »
Since 1991, Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) has been helping Fortune 1000 companies source and hire from the military-experienced talent pool. Today on Veterans Day, BMI subsidiary CivilianJobs.com, where America’s Military connects with Civilian Careers, opened nominations for the 2010 Most Valuable Employers for Military (TM) award. To be emailed a nomination, contact MVE@CivilianJobs.com . View the… Read more »
CivilianJobs.com, where America’s military connects with civilian careers, announced the winners of the 2009 Most Valuable Employers for Military. Some of the winning military-friendly companies include: BNSF Railway Company CACI International Inc Consolidated Edison, Inc. CSX Corporation For the full list, see the official announcement here.
On March 12, 2009, CivilianJobs.com announced the finalists for the 2009 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military™. CivilianJobs.com is a company helping employers hire military talent through a military job board, military job fairs, and employer advertising in their military base newspaper, Civilian Job News. Their recognition of these employers is certainly something to consider… Read more »
On January 30, 2009, a veteran posted the following on the transition stories blog on www.military.com: “I ended up paying more than $400 to help find me a job and to no avail. I was now out $400 and no job. So I continued to look on my own… I received a call stating that… Read more »
The letter of offer is the final step in the interview process. It follows compensation negotiations and signals to both the company and the new employee to cease searching. You can also think of the letter as a tangible form of trust designed to lay out the ground rules and prevent distractions during the pivotal… Read more »
If you recruit for a federal agency, a defense contractor or other company that does business with the government, and you have to fill positions with cleared resources (i.e., people who have security clearances), or people who are “clearable” (capable of obtaining a security clearance), then you are already painfully aware of the cost involved… Read more »
Military.com recently posted an article by Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Editor, entitled Successfully Closing the Interview. Interviewing can be an uncomfortable process for some and as far as awkwardness is concerned, closing the deal takes the cake. Ms. Martin’s take on closing an interview is particularly interesting because she walks her audience through tailoring a… Read more »