HR.com Joins Forces with VeteranStrong to Enhance the Education and Support for Veterans and Military with Online Virtual Recruitment

February 29, 2016 No comments | Back To Home

HR.com, the largest social network for human resources (HR) professionals, has partnered with VeteranStrong to bring hiring companies a career seeking pool of experienced candidates from the Veteran/Reserve/Military Community (VRMC) by expanding job matching likelihood for job seekers and recruiters alike. The HR.com real-time online virtual recruitment event platform enables recruiters to chat real time with prospective employees from their desktop.

VeteranStrong in its educational platform supports successful reintegration of Servicemembers, veterans, and their families in order to keep them “VeteranStrong” and provide resources and services that apply to the VRMC’s. VeteranStrong.me

VeteranStrong typically engages the more traditional in-person hiring events and career fairs which will be effectively complemented by expanding online. With virtual career fairs, layered over a physical event, the total number of job seekers is expanded and additional recruiters can participate all from their desktop.

Career fairs, whether face to face or virtual, enable both the candidate and the hiring company to do preliminary pre-screening for fit and culture and conduct a first interview. Recruiters and job seekers alike can save time and money. http://veteranstrong.me/career-resources/

Prospective employees and employers can find more information while “Empowering the VeteranStrong Connection,” (veteranstrong.me/virtual-hiring-fairs/) powered by VeteranStrong and HR.com. Participants will be supporting the “Million VeteranStrong March” (MVM) Challenge (http://veteranstrong.me/mvm/) striving for one million businesses to each hire one million VRMC and/or their spouses.

“We are thrilled to support the Veteran and Military Communities. Through our Virtual Career Fair platforms, hiring companies will be able to select the best talent from the pool of experienced Veterans and military candidates who attend. Job seekers and recruiters alike will have a wide virtual reach for ideal matches without geographical barriers”, stated Debbie McGrath, CEO and Founder of HR.com.

HR.com’s virtual career fairs provide the same look and feel as if attended in-person. The platform provides separate rooms where participants can explore and engage with potential employers, discover career opportunities, ask questions and ultimately find the best fit for both company and candidate in the most efficient and hassle-free manner.

About VeteranStrong
VeteranStrong supports successful reintegration of Service members, veterans, and their families in order to keep them “VeteranStrong”. It’s educational platform supports training, reintegration, education, employment, entrepreneurship, healthcare and housing (TREE H&H), and provides resources and services that apply to the VRM Communities. www.VeteranStrong.me
Contact:
Jesse Medina
CEO/Retired US Army Veteran Strong
www.VeteranStrong.me
Jesse.Medina@VeteranStrong.me

About HR.com
HR.com, the largest global social networking and resource site for 280,000 HR Professionals, is committed to educating and developing the best HR people with the best possible content and tools: real-time matching for job seekers and employers, a Global Leadership annual event, Leadership Excellence Awards, HR Certification Exam Prep Courses, certification programs, a personal development app, monthly themed HR epublications, 4,500+ webcasts, 1,200+ eLearning credits, 230+ virtual conferences, blogs, community networks, industry news and advisory boards. The HR.com Certification program boasts a 93% pass rate compared to the industry average of 58%. Smart HR people are getting smarter! www.HR.com
Contact:
Debbie McGrath
Chief Instigator and CEO
www.HR.com
dmcgrath@hr.com

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