The guide focuses on helping workers learn about a range of in-demand and emerging jobs, as well as job training opportunities and career development tools, the agency said.
An interview with Christina Dibble, a program manager for military talent acquisition for Sears Holdings Corp.
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I have been told to look for the following traits/competencies when interviewing job applicants:
Which particular questions should we ask?
—Hiring for Attitude, recruitment specialist, Milan, Italy
A CareerBuilder survey found that 20 percent of employers plan to actively recruit U.S. veterans over the next 12 months while a separate survey by Monster.com found that 69 percent of firms found that veterans perform their job functions 'much better' than non-veterans.
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What steps do we take to develop an effective executive-selection process?
—Changes at the Top, Director of Staffing and Selection, St. Louis
The tool focuses on three federal tax incentive programs: the Work Opportunity Credit, which can provide a maximum $2,400 tax credit; the Disabled Access Credit, which helps small businesses defray the cost of providing special equipment; and the Architectural Barrier Removal Tax Deduction, which provides a deduction of up to $15,000 for the removal of architectural and transportation barriers to persons with disabilities and senior citizens.Read More