How To Be a Military-Friendly Company

Look out your office window and you may notice cars in the parking lot sporting a "Support the Troops" yellow ribbon magnet. Human resources departments ask about military service on job applications. You may even recall the donations canister in the break room for a few months before Christmas. Is that what it means to be a military-friendly company? In general terms, military-friendly companies make it possible for military reserve and guardsmen, along with recently separated servicepersons, to work while providing support for their families. The G.I. Jobs Web site (www.gijobs.net) lists the year's "Top 50 Military-Friendly Companies." They're selected through an annual survey focused on areas such as company assets dedicated to military hiring, company policies in regard to the Reserve and National Guard, the percentage of new hires who are veterans, and overall vet training and sup
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