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Increased pay is vital to recruiting and troop retention

Increased pay is vital to recruiting and troop retention
Increased pay is vital to recruiting and troop retention Employee retention is hard for any company. When even Forbes 500 companies spend time brainstorming ways to keep their best and brightest, it’s no surprise that the military could stand to do the same sort of soul-searching.   Retaining military service members has its own brand of unique challenges, but, when... Read More

Freelance blog writers wanted

Freelance blog writers wanted
Freelance Blog Writers Wanted The NCO Guide blog (www.danelder.com) is looking for active, guard, USAR, and veteran noncommissioned officers (CPL-CSM) and their family members who are interested in creating content that is of interest to the military community. We have set a goal to post up to 5 blog posts per week and we will make payment for every post... Read More

It’s Noncommissioned Officer (not Non-commissioned)

It’s Noncommissioned Officer (not Non-commissioned)
It’s Noncommissioned Officer In many written forms by private to general. I often see the word written in the British fashion with a hyphen, which is not the US spelling for a noncommissioned officer. I see mass produced documents, posters, memoranda and plaques with that simple error. Heck, even Linkedin is trying to correct me, but they don’t obvious read... Read More

How to use Social Media for Business Development

How to use Social Media for Business Development
How to use Social Media for Business Development Social media has long been utilized for friendships and the making of new friends, but those in business soon realized that development of such contacts could change the way they did business. The change was gradual of course, but soon even contracting changed due to these new relationships, and not in just... Read More