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LinkedIn Learning

Recruiting Veterans

via LinkedIn Learning

Overview

Veterans are a rich source of talent. Recruiters and HR professionals will learn how to build a successful hiring program targeting the veteran employee.

With roughly 200,000 men and women transitioning out of the military each year, veterans are a rich source of talent to tap. Through their military training, veterans learn the importance of strong leadership and connecting jobs to mission and values. In this course, veteran recruiting expert Lida Citroën helps recruiters identify and appreciate the differences between post-9/11 veteran and civilian candidates, as well as the qualities, skills, and talents veterans offer to employers. She also addresses questions on building your company brand to be attractive to veterans. What appeals to veteran candidates and what turns them off? Where should companies spend money and resources? How do you identify the military skills you want to attract?

Last, Lida discusses ways to adapt your hiring process, teams, and systems to accommodate veteran employees, emphasizing onboarding and retention of veteran candidates.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
  • Prerequisites for this course
1. Understanding Veterans in the Workplace
  • Who are post-9/11 veterans?
  • Why veterans are an appealing workforce
  • Obstacles for hiring managers
  • Build a veteran recruiting strategy
2. Recruiting Veteran Employees
  • Make your company veteran friendly
  • The importance of values
  • Use career fairs to recruit veterans
3. Onboarding & Retaining Veteran Employees
  • Create veteran hiring initiatives
  • Tips for onboarding and growing veterans
  • Learn from veteran-friendly companies
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Lida Citroën

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