Including veterans as part of a diversity and inclusion strategy is not only possible, it’s beneficial. For veterans making a transition from their service in uniform to the civilian world it’s not an easy process. Neither is its success guaranteed.
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Our diversity inclusion efforts pre-date even the big job boards — CareerBuilder, Monster, and Indeed — and we continue to serve both companies and communities in the most effective and precise way we can. We’ve lived through the great digital upheaval, and unlike many other printed diversity publications we were able to successfully make the switch to the new online medium.
Why? Because we were one of the first.
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