Just in time for Veteran's Day, I'm proud to share a few tips on how to diversify your talent pool to attract and hire veterans and active military personnel. As a Certified Military Veteran Recruiter, here are a few areas of guidance I often share with my clients that may be helpful in your business.
We’ve talked before about how it’s sometimes hard to communicate Total Rewards to employees, especially younger workers. Employees don’t always see beyond their paycheck, and employers struggle to show the value of less tangible benefits.
The McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act is governed by the U.S. Department of Labor and applies to contractors and subcontractors performing work on certain contracts with the Government. In my experience, I have worked with clients who have experienced difficulties understanding Service Contract Act employee exemptions.
There are two things that most employers wish they could forget about right now: Covid-19; and the US Presidential election.
So, your company has learned they have been down-selected to the shortlist and have made it to the finals for the proposal, but now what? How do you staff those key personnel positions that are critical to the success and continuity of the work? Where do you begin in terms of recruiting and assuring the client that the work will move from the incumbent to you seamlessly without delay or interruption of the service or product provided.