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AT&T and Three Other Corporations Pilot Program to Make it Easier for Transitioning Military to Find Real and Verified Jobs

Employers Finding It Difficult To Translate Military Skills To Their Opportunities Now Have A Simple, Automated Solution

INDIANAPOLIS July 26, 2011 DirectEmployers Association jobs Military Crosswalk

For years companies have become frustrated when trying to hire transitioning military into their corporate ranks due to a high-level of difficulty in translating military skills to their open positions. DirectEmployers now provides companies with a corporate branded solution to help them address this issue.

Simple, automated solution

Powered by the .jobs Universe, this innovative platform allows service men and women preparing to transition into civilian life to use their current Military Occupation Code (MOC) or Military Occupation Specialty (MOS) to easily find civilian jobs on corporate career sites. This technology provides the cornerstone all companies need to start effectively communicating their available employment opportunities to military men and women who are transitioning into civilian life.

Carrie Corbin AT&T has aggressively recruited veterans for decades, in part because the technical skills and leadership experience gained in the military transfer very well to our company and culture."

"After seeing the implementation of I asked if the technology could be adapted to fit our specific company needs. DirectEmployers Association immediately began working with AT&T to pilot the .jobs Military Crosswalk within our career site to help make it even easier for transitioning military to find real and verified jobs at AT&T."

Camber Corporation, Providence Health & Services, and ConocoPhillips join AT&T in piloting this new technology.  These pilot sites are available online at:

"This is a great program for the entire human resource community as well as the nation’s transitioning military and their families.¬† Providence Health & Services is adopting this technology to help us tap into this skilled source of candidates," Rhonda Stickley

National Labor Exchange (NLX) National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) March 2007

With President Obama’s announcement to start bringing troops home and the Bureau of Labor Statistics September 2001 Bill Warren

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