The Warriors to Work® team has created a series of fact sheets for employers who are hiring and providing employment opportunities to injured service members. These have been developed to assist human resource professionals, hiring managers, and recruiters on how to recruit, retain, and support veteran employees.
Warriors to Work: A Resource for Employers
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) provides the programs and services that wounded service members and their families need, when they need them.
Why Hire a Wounded Service Member?
When service members become wounded, ill, or injured, they often face a change in their military career trajectory.
Interviewing Wounded Service Members
Many civilian employers have admitted challenges when it comes to evaluating a wounded service member during a job interview.
Make the Connection Writing Effective Position Descriptions
Translating military experience to the civilian workforce is often a difficult undertaking.
Service-Connected Injuries and Reasonable Accommodations
Advances in military medicine and protective equipment have increased the numbers of service members surviving the injuries they sustain on the battlefield.
Understanding Disability from Combat to Careers
The term disability holds different meanings for different people.
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