HBR: create an inclusive environment for transitioning veterans to improve retention

July 25, 2017

As veterans entering the civilian workforce must make a dramatic shift in the terminology, practices and habits they use to achieve results, employers that are eager to hire these highly skilled individuals often face an uphill battle when it comes to retention. What steps can employers take to build a more inclusive culture that helps veterans transition to their new roles and provides managers with the tools they need to communicate more effectively?

In Harvard Business Review’s recent article, “How Your Company Can Better Retain Employees Who Are Veterans,” Bart Womack, veteran strategy officer for Randstad Sourceright shares insight on how companies can advance their veteran hiring strategies.

Access the full article to learn best practices for providing a truly inclusive environment that improves retention.

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