Charlottesville Business Sharing Model of Working with Veterans
Shine Systems and Technologies is hosting the training day.
A Charlottesville business is sharing its successful model of working with veterans with other central Virginia employers.
Shine Systems and Technologies is hosting a Virginia Values Veterans training day at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business on Wednesday. The event is for employers.
Speakers will share why it's important for Charlottesville firms to hire veterans, and offer ideas for recruitment.
"Then we'll break down into small groups where we can mix and match the mentors and the proteges, those big businesses, small businesses, the public, the private sector and be able to talk about the different advantages, success stories and other things that people have had that have showed, here's how you can hire a vet, and here's how you retain them," Jay Dymek of Shine Systems and Technologies said.
Registration opens at the Darden School at 8 a.m. Wednesday.
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