Hiring Veterans


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Veterans refer to people who have long been in service in any field but most people mainly recognize this word to those who served the military for a long while. People such as these are of an advanced age and have perhaps witnessed bloody political and civil strife throughout the world in their various postings.

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Hiring Veterans

  1. 1. Veterans refer to people who have long been inservice in any field but most people mainlyrecognize this word to those who served themilitary for a long while.People such as these are of an advanced ageand have perhaps witnessed bloody political andcivil strife throughout the world in their variouspostings.The foreign climates or direct physical blows mayhave caused lasting and severe illness of either aphysical or mental nature. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  2. 2. Their lives of discipline interspersed with violentexchanges and reconnaissance of enemyterrain is hard to imagine by civilians leadingcomfortable lives in the safety of their ownhomes.The protection offered by a countrys militaryis perhaps a point of fact those protected donot even care to think about. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  3. 3. Their experiences during their term of serviceare mostly unnatural so when returning to anormal civilian life they find it hard to adjustand mold into society.Therefore they are compensated by theircountries in many ways, for example manyhonor them by celebrations of a public natureor proclaim holidays in their honor. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  4. 4. Sometimes the ex-military man is givenconcessions in his expenses on food; lodging,medical facilities availed etc. as well as hisdependents are given some support.Todays world is highly competitive and has ahuge unemployment issue to boot so veteransafter their term of service is over find it evenharder to cope in providing for themselvesand their dependents. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  5. 5. Recent studies show veterans to be opting forthe franchising world.Many of them after establishing themselves inthe world opt to help out their fellow ex-servicemen.Many employers find military skills hard totranslate into civilian jobs. But many othersfind their skill set unparalleled. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  6. 6. What employers need to do to while hiringveterans is design a strategy, create awelcoming workplace, actively recruitveterans, hire qualified vets andaccommodate wounded warriors andpromote an inclusive workplace to retainthem.It is extremely important for civilians to donatemoney or goods to the organizationssupporting veterans. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  7. 7. They can donate clothing for men andwomen, canned/dry goods, usable vehiclesand cellular phones as well as monthly annualor otherwise cash contributions made to theproper authorities handling.There are charitable organizations like TheRoyal British Legion and the Royal NewZealand Returned and Services Association,to name a few among many, which offerfinancial, social and mental support to thosewho have witnessed the horrors of war. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  8. 8. There are several agencies that offer homeloans, education and training, life insurance,health benefits and vocational rehabilitationamong others to help them adjust in civilsociety.People should remember the great sacrificesmade by these brave hearts when it is theturn on the peoples part to take care of thosewho protected home and hearth from foreigninvasion. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  9. 9. It is the basic right of every individual to obtainconditions for a decent living.By contributing whatever one can for thesevets each individual acknowledges andappreciates the lives spent on foreign soil,defending citizens from foreign attack. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  10. 10. If you consider hiring veterans, you made agreat choice! If you are looking for a non-profit organization who is helping vetstransition into civilian world.Please consider visiting Green Collar Vetstoday at www.greencollarvets.org www.GreenCollarVets.org