Upon completion of this training, participants will:
Have a deeper understanding of the military community
Understand the hardships that veterans and military spouses encounter
Learn about the values instilled into service members
Increase knowledge of military terms
Have insight on appropriate and inappropriate interview questions
Connect with Veterans and Military Spouses.
LINK is an SHRM Accredited training program designed to link the civilian workforce with the military community. This course is worth 3 PDU's.
Your employees will learn about the basic structure of the military as well as appropriate interviewing techniques. During this training, you will discover several incentives available to companies hiring Veterans and Military Spouses, such as tax credits and apprenticeship programs.
Additionally, participants are introduced to valuable resources that can strengthen workforce operations, train staffing teams, and increase retention rates. On completion of the program, participants will have a fundamental understanding of how to recruit and secure employees within the Veteran and Military Spouse talent pipelines.
Research shows that 43% of veterans leave their first civilian job within their first year, and 80% leave before the end of their second year, citing a lack of opportunity for career advancement and personal development.
LINK is designed to educate businesses on how to retain military talent.
Who should take this course?
The Hiring Manager
I’m trying to hire top talent from a community of military spouses, transitioning service members, and veterans.
But I don’t know where to start. Because I have never been around the military, I have no experience in military lingo or skills in translation.
Which Makes Me Feel hiring a veteran or spouse is extremely overwhelming.
I’m trying to educate hiring managers on the value add of hiring military spouses, transitioning service members and veterans.
But I don’t know where to locate talent. Because I have never been around the military, I have no experience in military lingo or skills translation.
Which Makes Me Feel I am not helping contributing to my organization's veteran and military spouse hiring goals.
I’m trying to support the goal to hire top talent from a community of military spouses, transitioning service members and veterans.
But I don’t know how to assist hiring managers or recruiters, because I haven’t been given clear guidance on how to connect with the right people to make an impact.
Which Makes Me Feel like my company is missing out on great diverse group of talent.
MPower enables candidates and recruiters to swipe on profiles to indicate mutual interest and create a corporate match.
Mpower offers three primary value propositions:
Educates Employers & Provides career Mentorship to Veterans & Spouses of Candidates
Lowers barriers to time spent on applications
Rewards Users for use, making education, recruitment fun, and job seeking fun and exciting.
LINK Training included with your subscription