Military and Veteran Hiring: Strategies for Success from United Rentals

Topics: military hiring, military jobs

Posted by Lori Vrcan on Apr 27, 2017 9:00:00 AM


In our previous post, we discovered how USAA accomplishes its military hiring goals. In part two of this series, we learn how United Rentals creates a win-win situation by hiring military, veterans and their spouses.

“Veterans and military personnel make a great fit for our company because of our culture and values,” says Judy Brozovich. “People within the military exhibit the traits and qualities we seek: loyalty, integrity, dedication, service excellence and a focus on safety.  We build on what they’ve learned in the military, so it becomes a solid match for United Rentals.”

Judy Brozovich is Director of Talent Management for United Rentals, the world’s largest equipment rental company. We spoke with her recently and she shared why her organization hires military and veteran candidates and how they achieve recruitment success.

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Military and Veteran Hiring: Strategies for Success from USAA

Topics: military hiring, military jobs

Posted by Lori Vrcan on Apr 13, 2017 9:02:00 AM


In this two-part series, we glean strategies from two organizations that have highly successful and award-winning military/veteran hiring programs. Our first post features USAA.

“As an organization created by and for the military community, hiring veterans and military spouses has been a long-standing commitment for USAA,” says Sean Passmore, Military Hiring Advisor for USAA. “We take a holistic approach to help bring vets on board and also transition to the private sector with programs focused on recruiting, transition assistance, skills development and retention.”

USAA is an organization that specializes in facilitating financial security for the military, veterans and their families through a full range of products and services. It is also nationally recognized for its military talent strategy and programs and maintains a 30% military and military spouse hiring goal, including achieving 25% military employee representation by 2020.

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