From our perspective, we see hiring veterans as a powerful business opportunity.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 28, 2013
CivilianJobs.com, where America's military connects with civilian careers, announced the winners for the Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military today. Marking the fifth year of its publication in 2013, the MVE recognition serves to help military-experienced job seekers and veterans identify the top employers to target for civilian careers.
"We are proud to be a part of this effort,” said John Finneran, General Counsel of Capital One and a Navy veteran. “From our perspective, we see hiring veterans as a powerful business opportunity. Military experience provides a solid foundation and skills that carry over to duties and responsibilities in the civilian workforce. We salute all the winners of CivilianJobs.com’s Most Valuable Employer Award.”
The 2013 MVE Winners are:
-AC FIRST, LLC an AECOM managed joint venture with CACI
-Bank of America
-CACI International Inc.
-Capital One Financial Corporation
-Chesapeake Energy Corporation
-CN - North America's Railroad
-Convergys Corporation, a global leader in customer management.
-Crete Carrier Corporation
-Express Scripts, Inc.
-General Electric (GE)
-Halfaker and Associates, LLC
-Homeland Security Solutions, Inc. (HSSI)
-HON and Allsteel Manufacturing
-JPMorgan Chase & Co.
-Lockheed Martin Corporation
-ManTech International Corporation
-MEI Technologies, Inc.
-Navy Federal Credit Union
-Northrop Grumman Corporation
-Patterson-UTI Drilling Co LLC
-Puget Sound Energy
-Schneider National, Inc.
-Sears Holdings Corporation
-Stage 3 Separation, LLC. "When your mission is critical"
-The GEO Group, Inc.
-Triple Canopy, Inc.
-Troops to Teachers-Kentucky
-United Rentals, Inc.
-University of Phoenix
-URS Federal Services
-Verizon Communications, Inc.
-Waste Management, Inc.
“The sentiment to hire veterans is at a high in our country and the largest group of MVEs for Military to date reflects that fact,” said Sandra (Sandy) Morris, CEO, Bradley-Morris, Inc., parent company of CivilianJobs.com. “But military job seekers still need to know where to look. In keeping with CivilianJobs.com’s mission to connect America’s military with civilian careers, we hope that The Most Valuable Employers for Military recognition will help shorten the distance between veterans and jobs.”
The 2013 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military was open to all U.S.-based companies. The winners were selected based on surveys in which employers outlined their recruiting, training and retention plans that best serve military service members and veterans. In addition to being recognized in the May issue of Military Transition News, CivilianJobs.com's worldwide military base newspaper, winning employers will also be displayed on the CivilianJobs.com web site.
To be included on the 2014 award submission deadline notification, companies should send an e-mail request to MVE(at)civilianjobs(dot)com.
The CivilianJobs.com Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military serves to help military-experienced job seekers identify the top employers to target for civilian careers. MVEs are selected annually based on those employers whose recruiting, training and retention plans best serve military service members and veterans. The MVE recognition is produced by CivilianJobs.com, where America's military connects with civilian careers. CivilianJobs.com, with parent company Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), the largest military-focused recruiting firm in the U.S., together deliver the largest military-to-civilian footprint available to companies seeking to recruit and hire from the military talent pool. BMI is based in metro-Atlanta, Georgia.
About Military Transition News (MTN)
Published since 2005, Military Transition News is a bi-monthly multi-media publication (print / e-mail / web) featuring practical information for job seekers, including resume and interviewing tips, transition planning and strategy recommendations, company profiles, and advice from transition experts. MTN is distributed to military bases worldwide via military transition classes, through Military Transition Offices (TAP and ACAP), military hospitals, USO centers and email distribution.