When looking to hire a Veteran there are instantly some very significant Benefits for an employer. Your new employee has been trained to have integrity, confidence, and teamwork skills. Military service equips most men and women with skills that translate well into private, public and nonprofit sector careers. Most people associate military service with discipline, hierarchy and command and control. There is a term in the Marines called the “strategic corporal.” Corporals, the lowest-ranking non commissioned officers, are typically young men and women in their early 20s who have been in the military two-to-five years after enlisting out of high school. There are 21 ranks above corporal, three below it. Yet these young people often find themselves in positions with heavy leadership responsibility in command of small teams.
Much of Marine Corps training is designed to equip young men and women with the skills to make smart decisions in high-stakes, time-sensitive scenarios. For example:
What do you say to the foreign reporter thrusting a camera in your face and asking you, “Why are you here?” Veterans are often far more effective than civilians under duress. Veterans deliver results. They build teams.
For an employer all of these Job skills can be just the type of the iceberg. In many states and cities there are incentive programs that are designed to financial encourage a business owner to hire a veteran. Some of the incentive programs Vets on Set have already discovered have such significant savings for an employer that it is unbelievable that ALL veterans are not gainful employed. By clicking the link below we will walk you through an introduction of one of the California State Programs designed to help veterans.
The California State Enterprise Tax Zone (How it helps to employee veterans).