His Royal Highness, Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex presented SaluteMyJob with the MOD’s highest badge of honour in recognition of their commitment to the Armed Forces community during a glittering awards ceremony in London on Monday night.
To mark Remembrance Sunday and 100 years since the end of the First World War, the SaluteMyJob team have been delving into their family histories to share their accounts of family members who fought during in Great War.
As well as creating that stand-out CV, when looking for a new job it is important to have an online presence where you can highlight your skills and experience to prospective employers. Not only will you be able to showcase why employers should hire you - but having a professional profile will help you build a network of contacts and connect with others who will be able to assist you in your job search.
Have you thought about cyber security as a career but talked yourself out of it? Do you think the industry is just for techies? Do you think your military skills are not well-matched to for cyber roles? Well you’re wrong!
SaluteMyJob and J1 Consulting have announced their merger, joining forces to provide a more comprehensive set of integrated veterans focused advisory, recruitment and training services that will better serve employers and ex-military jobseekers alike.
Starting a new job can be daunting - even more so if this is your first job since leaving the military. Taking on new responsibilities, meeting new colleagues, learning a new way of working and being immersed in a different culture can be overwhelming. To help you we’ve got 5 top tips so you can hit the ground running and make the first 100 days in your new job a real success.
Veterans Work, a consortium of organisations including Deloitte, the Forces in Mind Trust and the Officers’ Association, are carrying out a survey to understand the experiences of veterans in finding employment after leaving the military. The findings from the research will be used to understand whether any further support would be useful and they would like to hear about your own experience.