About The Value of a Veteran

Who We Are

The Value Of a Veteran is a woman-, veteran- and minority-owned small business that provides human resources consulting and training for organizations that are seeking to improve support, recruitment and retention of military veterans.

The company was founded in 2007 by Lisa Rosser, at the height of the veteran unemployment crisis when she wrote and published the first guide for employers on how to recruit and retain veterans and develop a veteran recruiting program.

What We Do

The very best veteran recruiting programs help solve specific talent challenges – lack of emerging leaders, back-filling an aging workforce, meeting a change in needed skill requirements, planning for company growth, addressing high turnover or  finding skilled trades.

Designing a military recruiting program that addresses these types of talent challenges can be frustrating and confusing, especially if you don’t have a lot of experience with military members. You don’t want to waste time or precious budget experimenting with unfamiliar solutions or “posting and praying”.

We were the first company to offer this kind of strategic advice and training and our advice comes with a perfect blend of actual extensive direct military experience combined with a track record of developing results-driven recruiting and diversity strategies.

Since 2007 VOAV has had the honor of assisting over 400 major corporations improve recruitment and retention of veterans.  Our assistance comes in several forms: direct consulting on development of your program, training via live webinars, in-person events or through on-demand web-based training. We also periodically offer a free 5-day online Veteran Recruiting Bootcamp to give you insight into development of an effective program.

Let The Value Of a Veteran help you get focused fast and start producing real results for your veteran recruiting efforts.

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