The Veteran Advantage:
Hiring and Retaining Veterans with Disabilities
More and more employers are stepping up to hire veterans with disabilities. The nearly 4 million veterans with a service-connected disability are among the most resilient members of society, having served in the military and overcome adversity. They are loyal, team-oriented employees with job-ready skills, tested leadership abilities and a strong, mission-focused work ethic. This guide will help you navigate the often-unclear terrain of recruiting, hiring and retaining veterans with disabilities.
Based on proven, best practices for hiring and retaining veterans, this guide is a map to empowering your organization to become a thought leader in the veteran employment space, while making it easier to do the right thing for the country and your company.
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The core values that made Roush Enterprises 4,000-member workforce successful—a disciplined work ethic, teamwork, a commitment to quality, and the drive and motivation to succeed—match the qualities commonly associated with those who have served the country.
— Rob Ells, Manager of the Roush Veterans