TQL looks to raise its military hiring efforts

11/09/2012 02:05:00 PM
Kayla Banzet

Total Quality Logistics is creating several new initiatives to put more veterans to work there.

On Nov. 12, Anthony Christmas, commander for Kings Mills Army Recruiting Company, will welcome TQL into its Partnership for Youth Success Program during an official signing ceremony at TQL’s headquarters in Cincinnati, according to a news release.

“The program guarantees an interview,” Christmas said in the release. “Hopefully, in most cases, jobs will result. But for those who are not hired, this is a chance for them to be mentored by TQL on resume and interviewing skills and building better qualifications.”

TQL recruits from all branches of the military by advertising its open positions on military-specific web sites and job boards.

By becoming a member of the Partnership for Youth Success Program, TQL will commit to interview all interested and eligible Army candidates who apply for a position in the company, according to the release.

Also new employees to the company who are currently or have previously served in the military will be paired with tenured TQL employees who also have served in the military. This is called the Veteran Mentorship Program, according to the release.



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