Here are ways to prepare your workforce for the possibility of business closures, working from home, quarantines and other outcomes of a disease outbreak.
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How does it benefit my organization to hire veterans?The Business Case for Hiring Veterans, Institute for Veterans and Military Families
Are there tax benefits for hiring veterans? How to Get Tax Credits for Hiring Veterans, Military.com
What steps do I take to become a military-ready employer? Employer Roadmap to Hiring Veterans Step-by-Step Toolkit for Employers Hiring Veterans, Department of Labor SHRM Toolkit: How to Become Military-Ready Employer (Members only)
How do I find military candidates? Where can I list my job openings? Free Job Postings Shared with Military Employment Counselors
Where can I find local job fairs targeted to veterans? Local Veterans Job Fairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Hiring Our Heroes
I'm a small business, how do I get started hiring veterans?
Where do I find free training on hiring and retaining veterans? Free Training for Hiring and Retaining Veterans, PsychArmor Where can I learn more about the U.S. military and its culture?
Employing National Guard or Reserve, ESGR
I would like to offer advice to veterans seeking employment. How do I volunteer? Give Advice to Veterans, Veterati
How do I find out what MOS (Military Occupation Code) correlates to the job I'm trying to fill? Military-to-Civilian Translator Tool, Career OneStopAdditional information and helpful organizations:
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Ways to prepare your workforce for the possibility of business closures, working from home, quarantines and other outcomes of a disease outbreak.