Veterans offer advice, encouragement and many benefits to employers.
Bill Ruhling, a former JAG attorney, says that leaders at all levels in the military learn to follow first and then to lead. “In this way, they learn to fit into the best aspects of an organization’s culture and work within that framework to accomplish the task effectively and efficiently.”
As many veterans enter the civilian workforce, employers often actively recruit those applicants with military experience because of the skills that they have developed as service members. In this regard, employers need to be aware of the legal requirements related to employing or re-employing veterans. An article addressing these issues, in which DiMuroGinsberg attorney Bill Ruhling is quoted, appears in the October 18, 2015 issue of HR Hero, published by Business & Legal Resources. For the full article click here.