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Do You Have Military Personnel Transitioning Back Into the Workforce?
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After their tour(s) of duty, military personnel (soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines) are returning to their former jobs or seeking new ones. These individuals often bring leadership abilities and a commitment to teamwork that benefit the collective workplace environment. However, it is a significant transition from their previous responsibilities. Employers and co-workers can assist in facilitating the readjustment of the men and women who have answered the call to duty with a caring and conscientious plan. This attached brochure provides managers and co-workers with a road map to promote the successful reintegration of our returning military personnel into the civilian workforce.

Posted Fri, May 18 2007 10:38 AM by Anonymous


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