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HR Works: Recruiters, Don’t Overlook Army Spouses

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In relation to hiring, veterans are sometimes neglected. Many organizations have labored very arduous to convey their unemployment numbers nearer to different teams with some success. Nonetheless, there may be one associated group of candidates that’s much more usually neglected: navy spouses. This episode will look at why that may be a mistake on the a part of employers.

Our first visitor is Lida Citreon, founding father of LIDA360 (https://www.lida360.com/). A frontrunner in repute administration and private branding, Lida has labored with tons of of worldwide enterprise leaders, entrepreneurs, and professionals, designing and selling genuine, passionate, and intentional repute methods that drive outcomes. She additionally focuses on increase veteran and navy partner expertise.

We’re additionally joined by Tina Flores, SPHR and 16 yr navy partner. Tina is aware of all concerning the struggles that mil spouses face as she’s seen and lived all of it. She has needed to give beginning (2x) with out her husband current, she’s needed to let go of her former life throughout a transfer (New State didn’t acknowledge a former state’s regulation faculty…) and secure to say she’s been married to a person who has been house lower than he’s been away. Extra just lately in her profession, she has been targeted on the extra human aspect of enterprise and has discovered her completely satisfied place in human sources. She’s been performing HR-ish roles since 2011, however has just lately made it her mission to give attention to this area of interest as sourcing, cultivating, coaching, and reviewing groups is the place she belongs.

Lastly, we’re additionally joined by Kayla Eberhardt. She is Program Coordinator, Entrepreneurship on the Institute for Veterans & Military Families (https://ivmf.syracuse.edu/). She is liable for the coordination and help of goals associated to the expansion of the Coalition for Veteran Enterprise (CVOB) and the Middle of Excellence in Veteran Entrepreneurship (CoE). Kayla brings a novel perspective to her function by way of her information as each a former navy partner and daughter of a veteran entrepreneur.

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