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Every year, thousands of highly skilled Veterans enter the job market—ready and eager for civilian work. Yet, despite facing labour and skills shortages, employers across sectors often don’t consider Veterans to be a viable talent pool.
Challenge Factory aims to close the gap between Veterans and employers. Through their consulting and research, Challenge Factory works to 1) raise awareness about the benefits of hiring Canada’s Veterans, 2) give employers tools that will make hiring easier, and 3) draw on Veterans’ knowledge to make sure we get it right.
Hiring is not easy, especially at the moment. Will you need to hire at least one employee in the next six months?
If so, you are invited to participate in a national study on hiring and military Veterans in small organizations. By participating, you’ll gain new hiring tools while contributing to the success of Veterans transitioning to civilian employment. Do good for your business, while doing good for others.
What are the requirements for participating?
- You plan to hire at least one new employee (Veteran or non-Veteran) in the first half of 2022.
- You have not yet explored your hiring resource of choice, but will commit to doing so.
What will you get for participating?
In gratitude for participating, at the end of the study you’ll get:
- Entered into a draw to win a 1-on-1 consulting session worth $2,500 with Lisa Taylor (expert, speaker, columnist, and Challenge Factory president) to help with your specific hiring and workforce challenges
- Entered into a draw to win a one-year subscription worth $549 to Workforce Architecture, Challenge Factory’s digital magazine and rapid insight bulletins
- Your name in the Acknowledgments of the study’s final report (if you choose)
- Your organization logo on the study’s marketing materials (if you choose)
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