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Engaging with Veteran Talent: A Quick and Practical Guide to Sourcing, Hiring, Onboarding, and Deve

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<strong>Find the Veteran Talent You Need Now!</strong>
<p>With hundreds of thousands of military Veterans entering the workforce each year, employers of all sizes are curious about hiring and engaging with Veterans; however, the complexity of this workforce can be overwhelming. In Engaging with Veteran Talent, Lida Citroën gives a simple, yet comprehensive, overview of getting started; building the program; and gathering best practices for growing a Veteran-hiring initiative.</p>
<b>About the Author</b>
<p>Lida Citroën is an international reputation management and branding specialist, often featured in MSNBC, Entrepreneur Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Forbes.com, Huffington Post, Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, and CBS Moneywatch. As CEO of LIDA360, Lida is passionate about helping our nation's Veterans navigate the military-to-civilian career transition. She is a popular speaker at military installations and events on Veteran hiring, sits on the Board of Advisors for the National Association of Veteran Serving Organizations (NAVSO), volunteers with ESGR, and teaches in the TAP program at the US Air Force Academy, and the EBV-F program at IVMF. Lida also leverages her 20 years in corporate branding to help employers recruit, on board and grow Veteran employees. Lida's second book, Your Next Mission: A personal branding guide for the military-to-civilian transition, is a powerful resource for transitioning military members. Lida is a regular contributor for Military.com and Entrepreneur.com on the topic of military transition, and is the recipient of many awards for her service to our Veterans.</p>
AuthorLida Citroën
Published Year2017
Page Count61
PublisherPalisades Publishing