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Who We Serve
MilitaryHire is your preferred military hiring network. Our mission is to “Serve Those Who Served.” We connect current soldiers and Veterans of America’s armed forces, military spouses and family members with employers who value the experience and skills that military service encompasses. We serve all branches of the Military, their reserve units and National Guard.
What We Offer
MilitaryHire works to match the skills of the U.S. Veteran with the needs of today’s employers. We are a comprehensive resource for both U.S. Veteran job seekers and employers. In cooperation with our alliance partners, job seekers are helped at all stages of their career. Resume writing, job search and placement, interviewing skills, and mental health and wellness services are offered to Veterans at no cost through our partners.
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Tax Benefits of Hiring US Veterans
Work Opportunity Tax Credit: The WOTC is a federal tax credit available to employers who invest in American job seekers who have consistently faced barriers to employment, including US Veterans. Employers may meet their business needs and claim a tax credit if they hire an individual who is in a WOTC targeted group. Employers must apply for and receive a certification verifying the new hire is a member of a targeted group before they can claim the tax credit. After the required certification is secured, taxable employers claim the WOTC as a general business credit against their income taxes, and tax exempt employers claim the WOTC against their payroll taxes.
Benefits to Employers: The credit available ranges from $2,400 up to $9,600, depending on the targeted group and qualified wages paid to the new employee generally during the first year of employment. Generally, the credit is 40% of qualified first-year wages for individuals who work 400+ hours in their first year of employment.
How Can Employers Get Started With WOTC: Learn how to file a certification request by visiting the U.S. Department of Labor WOTC website at https://www.dol.gov/agencies/eta/wotc. View eligibility criteria for WOTC targeted groups in the WOTC Desk Aid, or visit the IRS website at https://irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/workopportunity-tax-credit.
Source: U.S. Department of Labor
Corporate Customer Testimonials
““We signed up for Military Hire after struggling to fill a position at Fort Leonard Wood. Within our first month, we had identified a strong candidate and extended an offer, which was accepted. We would never have found this candidate without Military Hire.”
-Morgan Zubof, Apogee Solutions
“I wanted to share how pleased we already are with the caliber of candidate provided by your services as our new partner in Talent Acquisition. In just two weeks’ time we have received more directly qualified candidates for our niche positions than we’ve seen over a period of months with other paid resources combined. Louis Berger Services is excited for what the future holds with Military Hire.”
– Chandon Galpin, Talent Acquisition, Louis Berger Services
“MilitaryHire has served us well over the years and continuing to be a valuable too”
– Rogers Stinson, COO, Logistics Associates
“Saxton Bradley attended a virtual job fair today hosted by Militaryhire.com. The event was well attended and the US veterans seeking employment were well prepared and eager to hear about job opportunities. After a dearth of recruitment attempts, it was encouraging to meet such polite and inquisitive people. Helping these selfless Americans transition from serving our country to earning a fair wage for their contribution to society is an honor. I can only imagine how many US companies will benefit from their discipline, expertise, and respect.”
-Andrew Woodcock, Saxton Bradley
IRS announces job openings to hire over 700 new employees across the country to help taxpayers in person
WASHINGTON — In addition to the more than 4,000 people recently hired to fill critical customer service representative positions, the Internal Revenue Service is now seeking over 700 new employees to help taxpayers at Taxpayer Assistance Centers across the country.
“This is an important priority to provide more service at the IRS for the upcoming filing season,” said Ken Corbin, the Service’s Taxpayer Experience Officer and Wage and Investment Commissioner. “We are working to have more than 270 walk-in sites properly staffed to provide the help taxpayers need and deserve. This will be the first time in a decade our walk-in sites will be fully staffed.”
This increase in staffing is part of much wider IRS improvements enabled by the Inflation Reduction Act funding approved in August 2022, and additional updates on the implementation of the landmark 10-year legislation will be provided soon.
IRS employees not only serve the agency but are imperative for the nation’s tax administration, which collects nearly 96% of the nation’s revenue needed to fund nearly all federal government programs. The work we do supports the nation’s most vital initiatives, from homeland security and U.S. defense to Social Security as well as programs and projects including parklands and forests, roads and bridges, libraries, museums, schools and more.
For these 700 openings, the technical positions needed are Individual Taxpayer Advisory Specialists who provide face-to-face assistance in IRS TAC offices and the Initial Assistance Representatives, responsible for greeting and determining the needs of taxpayers visiting TAC offices.
These important positions have highly competitive pay and benefits including on-the-job training, opportunities for advancement, health and life insurance, and a federal retirement.
The IRS also offers a wealth of workplace flexibilities to help employees balance career and home with 11 paid holidays, 13 vacation days and sick leave. Other work/life balance programs include flexible work schedules, the Child Care Subsidy Program, the Employee Assistance Program, health services and paid maternity/paternity leave.
In addition to the face-to-face representatives and phone assistors, the IRS is also working to hire additional people throughout the agency, not just in taxpayer service areas but in Information Technology and compliance positions – all with a goal of improving the work the IRS does.
The MilitaryHire Advantage
MilitaryHire is on a mission to serve! Job seekers and employers have specific advantages when choosing MilitaryHire. We provide support and services for ex-military service members, military spouses and family members to find that next great job at any stage of their career. For employers and recruiters: We are committed to helping you find the top talent that truly meets your needs. Our personalized recruiting services, flexible programs, and continuous improvement initiatives ensure that we are a strategic and preferred partner for companies seeking to hire veterans.
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