Tips for Managing Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the Workplace
Each workplace has its own culture and challenges. Job accommodations and productivity support measures can be very effective in bringing the performance of transitioning veterans with TBIs up to standards.
Return To Careers
Learn from our findings about the career interests and support needs of severely injured veterans, particularly those with post-traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Sponsored by the Institute for Economic Empowerment/AbilityOne at NISH. Return To Careers Executive Summary 2018 | Text Only Return To Careers Full Report 2018 | Text Only
Is Your Company Supporting Veterans in the Workplace?
A veterans’ hiring initiative can make a significant impact on your company’s bottom-line due to characteristics they offer from military training, like a solution-oriented approach, loyalty, and integrity, among others. However, studies have shown most veterans leave their first job upon returning to civilian life within two years. Employers can play a pivotal role in the reintegration process by creating a welcoming and supportive environment.
Career Action Planning Guide for Wounded Warriors
The Career Action Planning Guide for Wounded Warriors outlines a process for working with veterans with serious disabilities or wounded warriors as they transition to civilian careers. Career Action Planning is the first of a four step process that together constitute the Intensive Career Transition Support Model™ for veterans with high barriers to career transition […]
Employers’ Guide for Welcoming Veterans and Service Members Home
In this guide, we introduce a structure for providing support for veterans in the workplace. Intended as a primer on the basics a veteran’s employment lifecycle, this publication offers suggestions on how to successfully design a veterans’ employment program for your organization. Wounded Warrior Careers Employers Guide
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