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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What Is a Veteran? - Definition & Importance
Course SummaryIf you need a way to discuss veterans in the workplace with your employees, look no further than this helpful corporate training chapter. We've developed short lessons and self-assessment quizzes your teams can utilize via mobile technology at their convenience.
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About This Course
We've constructed this engaging course on veterans in the workplace to help you work with your teams on these concepts. They'll watch videos on veterans legal rights, discrimination and the hiring of veterans. You can use this course just as it is or tailor it to whatever training need you have, from corporate workshops to onboard training.
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All of our lessons are presented by educators whose aim is to enlighten and inform. Several self-assessment resources are included.
This course contains:
- Short lessons on veterans in the workplace
- Multiple-choice quizzes that succeed each lesson
- Chapter tests to measure your knowledge
- A comprehensive course test
How It Helps
- Offers information: Your employees can pursue a full understanding of veterans in the workplace as they complete this course.
- Ensures compliance: Make sure that your organization is compliant with all laws relating to veterans and discrimination by having your employees complete this course.
- Streamlines training: Whether your employees are in multiple locations or just one, this course is mobile-friendly and flexible enough to be used anywhere.
Our helpful course is sure to help your employees to:
- Understand details related to veterans in the workplace
- Outline the legal rights of veterans and the definition of discrimination
- Hire and retain veterans
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