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2013-10-15 23:27:10

Nationwide events connect hiring companies with transitioning military professionals. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 15, 2013 Lucas Group, North America’s premier executive search firm, announced today it will host five Military Hiring Conferences during November and December 2013 at locations nationwide. The highly organized events are developed and presented by the firm’s Military Transition recruitment experts to give hiring companies across North America opportunities to hold...

2010-01-19 17:53:05

Recruiters from the British Regular Army visit London's poorest schools most often, new research from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine shows. The research looked into the amount of mainstream secondary state schools visited by the army between September 2008 and April 2009 in Greater London. It also looked at whether the proportion varied with the level of deprivation of the school students, measured using the percentage of children eligible for free school meals. The team...

2009-12-21 15:32:00

SYDNEY, Dec. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Manpower Inc., (NYSE: MAN) a world leader in the employment services industry, announced today that the Australian Defence Force (ADF) selected Manpower to lead its outcome-based recruiting services program. Delivering the largest and most complex Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) program in the world, Manpower, the global leader in RPO, will manage ADF's complete recruitment-process life cycle as a seamless extension of the company's human...

2009-05-01 06:00:00

PITTSBURGH, May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to corporate demand for establishing and growing military recruiting programs, G.I. Jobs (www.gijobs.com) has released some data from its recent benchmark report. The data provides large corporations with perspective metrics to help improve their success in hiring America's transitioning military troops. The G.I. Jobs Top 50 Military Friendly Employers(R) list, in its seventh year, pioneered such rankings and its list remains the definitive...

2008-10-03 09:00:03

By Associated Press WASHINGTON -- The Army and Marine Corps doled out nearly $640 million in the past year in bonuses to entice recruits to join the military, as the two services continue to bear the brunt of the U.S.- led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Buoyed by incentives that can be as high as $40,000 each, and coupled with the promise of thousands more for education or house down payments, the annual cost grew by 25 percent over last year's totals for the two services, The Associated...

2006-08-14 13:44:36

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Allegations of wrongdoing by U.S. military recruiters jumped by 50 percent from 2004 to 2005, and criminal violations such as sexual harassment and falsifying documents more than doubled, a congressional agency said on Monday. The Government Accountability Office, Congress' investigative agency, said the full extent of violations by military recruiters is unknown because the Defense Department does not have an oversight system. While the GAO said available...

2006-07-07 18:13:01

By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists have increasingly been able to infiltrate the U.S. military due to recruitment pressures created by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a watchdog group said on Friday. The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks racist activities in the United States, said thousands of hate group members are now in the armed forces, especially in the Army, increasing the threat of domestic terrorism. "There is mounting...

2006-05-25 18:31:41

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - California's Assembly approved on Thursday a bill that could make it more difficult for military recruiters to contact high school students. The Democrat-led chamber passed the bill on a 43-30 vote. It now goes to the state's Democrat-controlled Senate. The bill would require school districts to provide parents with the opportunity to the tell the districts if they do not want contact information given to third parties. "Many parents have been shocked with...

2005-09-22 15:31:41

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Civil Liberties Union launched a campaign on Thursday to help high school students remove their names from lists given to the U.S. military in an effort aimed at ending what the group called aggressive and abusive tactics to recruit for the Iraq war. The civil rights group said it will hand out leaflets titled "No Student Left Unrecruited?" outside schools. The leaflets list students' rights on military recruitment and include a form students can...


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