Rev Heiser's Pulpit for Veterans

As a U.S. Army veteran, I consider it an honor and a responsibility to reach out to America in support of our returned war heroes and active duty service men and women who are in need of assistance with accessing and securing safe housing and jobs in San Angelo, Texas and our surrounding communities.

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Calling All Employed Vets

Calling All Employed Veterans

I have updated this post because of a lack of response from veterans who now have steady employment and are better off than they were before they found and were helped by HirePatriots. We need your insights.

Please click on the question below to email us your answer.

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We respect your privacy.  Your name will not be divulged in the process of creating the best practices guide, but we may need your email address if we have questions about your response.

Why This Question!

We have uncovered a distressing statistic - most transitioning veterans go through at least three job changes in their first year following discharge from military service. 

We are interested in hearing from veterans who have experienced multiple jobs in their first year after transitioning out of military service. 

Why?  So that we can develop a best practices guide for employers that will help them update their business practices that would make you want to continue working in your current job?

We have intentionally not created a survey to meet our information collection needs because we do not want to limit your ability to communicate to us (and eventually employers nationwide) why you may be frustrated with your current job.

Thank you in advance for your participation and response.

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