NEOVETS, Inc. to host ‘Certified Military Talent Employer’ Training

NEOVETS, Inc., is hosting its second “Become a Certified Military Talent Employer” training conference for Northeast Ohio businesses and non-profit HR professionals and hiring managers who want to gain a better understanding of best practices in hiring Veterans. The conference is free and will be from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Thursday, October 22 at LCCC’s John A. Spitzer Conference Center.

Register at http://2015-neovets-cmte.eventbrite.com

The conference agenda features keynote speaker Joseph Cabral, chief human resources officer for the Cleveland Clinic, easy-to-understand explanations of relevant military terminology, audience-driven content, networking, sessions to uncover continuous improvement opportunities, and new certification procedures. A continental breakfast, light lunch and parking are all part of the free event.

Veterans are an untapped resource with experiences that can help fill the growing talent gap in many manufacturing fields in the United States today. This conference will help guide employers in finding and hiring qualified Veterans.

For additional information contact Wendy Matthews of NEOVETS, Inc. at 440-521-1137 or via email at neoveterans@gmail.com.

NEOVETS (www.neovets.org) is a volunteer group of Northeast Ohio industry, health care, education, banking, technology, retail and other businesses that value veterans returning to NEO and want to retain them through assisting with employment, education, housing, healthcare and other needs they may have that will cause them to stay, live and work in NEO. NEOVETS is an official business entity through the State of Ohio, and is in the process of becoming a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit. For more information, visit neovets.org; see Facebook “neoveterans”; Twitter @neoveterans; and LinkedIn neoveterans.

NEOVETS, Inc. to host ‘Certified Military Talent Employer’ Training

NEOVETS, Inc., is hosting its second “Become a Certified Military Talent Employer” training conference for Northeast Ohio businesses and non-profit HR professionals and hiring managers who want to gain a better understanding of best practices in hiring Veterans. The conference is free and will be from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Thursday, October 22 at LCCC’s John A. Spitzer Conference Center.

Register at http://2015-neovets-cmte.eventbrite.com

The conference agenda features keynote speaker Joseph Cabral, chief human resources officer for the Cleveland Clinic, easy-to-understand explanations of relevant military terminology, audience-driven content, networking, sessions to uncover continuous improvement opportunities, and new certification procedures. A continental breakfast, light lunch and parking are all part of the free event.

Veterans are an untapped resource with experiences that can help fill the growing talent gap in many manufacturing fields in the United States today. This conference will help guide employers in finding and hiring qualified Veterans.

For additional information contact Wendy Matthews of NEOVETS, Inc. at 440-521-1137 or via email at neoveterans@gmail.com.

NEOVETS (www.neovets.org) is a volunteer group of Northeast Ohio industry, health care, education, banking, technology, retail and other businesses that value veterans returning to NEO and want to retain them through assisting with employment, education, housing, healthcare and other needs they may have that will cause them to stay, live and work in NEO. NEOVETS is an official business entity through the State of Ohio, and is in the process of becoming a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit. For more information, visit neovets.org; see Facebook “neoveterans”; Twitter @neoveterans; and LinkedIn neoveterans.

NEOVETS, Inc. to host ‘Certified Military Talent Employer’ Training

NEOVETS, Inc., is hosting its second “Become a Certified Military Talent Employer” training conference for Northeast Ohio businesses and non-profit HR professionals and hiring managers who want to gain a better understanding of best practices in hiring Veterans. The conference is free and will be from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Thursday, October 22 at LCCC’s John A. Spitzer Conference Center.

Register at http://2015-neovets-cmte.eventbrite.com

The conference agenda features keynote speaker Joseph Cabral, chief human resources officer for the Cleveland Clinic, easy-to-understand explanations of relevant military terminology, audience-driven content, networking, sessions to uncover continuous improvement opportunities, and new certification procedures. A continental breakfast, light lunch and parking are all part of the free event.

Veterans are an untapped resource with experiences that can help fill the growing talent gap in many manufacturing fields in the United States today. This conference will help guide employers in finding and hiring qualified Veterans.

For additional information contact Wendy Matthews of NEOVETS, Inc. at 440-521-1137 or via email at neoveterans@gmail.com.

NEOVETS (www.neovets.org) is a volunteer group of Northeast Ohio industry, health care, education, banking, technology, retail and other businesses that value veterans returning to NEO and want to retain them through assisting with employment, education, housing, healthcare and other needs they may have that will cause them to stay, live and work in NEO. NEOVETS is an official business entity through the State of Ohio, and is in the process of becoming a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit. For more information, visit neovets.org; see Facebook “neoveterans”; Twitter @neoveterans; and LinkedIn neoveterans.

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