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Sharp Decisions Discusses ‘Why Hire Vets’ on KNX CBS Radio LA

Sharp Decisions spokesman Jared Baiman took to CBS Radio LA – KNX – to discuss why hiring veterans is a good business decision. Sharp Decisions, in partnership with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s initiative to hire 10,000 veterans (10K Strong), has hired over 75 veterans in our V.E.T.S. Program’s two and a half years of existence.

CCTV America's Women At Work Talks Vet Employment Issues with Sharp Decisions

In her Women At Work segment, CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon spoke with our V.E.T.S. Program’s Shaun Allicock for her take on women in the military, why their unemployment rates might be higher than their male military counterparts, as well as the challenges she’s faced in her attempts to obtain employment prior to landing with Sharp Decisions. Tandon also spoke with our CEO Karen Ross on her reasons for starting the V.E.T.S. Program and what companies can do to change how efficiently their business is run by bringing aboard our highly trained and disciplined veteran consultants. (Video credit to Shraysi Tandon and CCTV America.)

Terry Bradshaw Features Sharp Decisions on 'Net Worth'

Terry Bradshaw, in a featured segment on 'Net Worth,' talks with Sharp Decisions Inc. owner Karen Ross about the importance of innovation, flexibility, and the keys to her company's long-term success in the staffing and consulting industry.

Freddie Mac Lauds V.E.T.S. Program as it Expands Nationally

On July 9, 2014 Sharp Decisions officially announced the national expansion of our V.E.T.S. Program with the launch of a second class of veterans at one of our anchor clients, Freddie Mac. Freddie Mac VP Tim Snyder, who oversees the program at his company, said during the press conference that "[this] was the easiest business decision I've made in my career. The training is excellent and we've tailored some of what you've been learning to our specific needs of our teams here. Soon you'll be integrated within our Freddie Mac squads too." Read more about our program at www.sharpdecisions.com/vetsprogram.

V.E.T.S.™ Graduate David Tejada Speaks on Program

V.E.T.S. Program participant David Tejada gives an interview to discuss his background and the benefits he believes our program will have on his career and the careers of his fellow military members that join Sharp Decisions.

Sharp Decisions Introduces Innovative V.E.T.S.™ Program, Part 3

Part 3 of 3 from our introductory press conference from March 13, 2013 to announce our innovative new service offering: the V.E.T.S. (Vocation, Education, Training and Service members) Program goes into detail about WHY veterans are ideal hires. Our program hires tech-savvy, post-9/11 U.S. armed forces veterans as fully salaried/benefited employees and trains them in Quality Assurance, Software Testing, Business Analysis and Project Management, among other specialties, in a boot camp-like, project oriented technology training. We operate our program without any government assistance and do not touch the veterans’ GI Bill benefits. This program was created because, as need for talent in the IT field has increased, we’ve decided to fill the void with an innovative new service capability employing returning military veterans.

Former Veteran Affairs Commissioner Terrance Holliday Lauds V.E.T.S.™ Program (Part 2)

Former Commissioner of Veterans' Affairs in Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration Terrance Holliday was on hand to speak about the launch of our V.E.T.S. Program at our inaugural launch event on March 13, 2013 in Midtown, Manhattan. Commissioner Holliday spoke to the values with which military members carry themselves every day and how veterans look to find those similar values in their employers. He mentioned that when our program hit his desk, he knew it was a good one. He urged our first class of veterans to take this opportunity and turn it into something great. Part 2 of 3.

Sharp Decisions Introduces Innovative V.E.T.S.™ Program, Part 1

On March 13, 2013, Sharp Decisions introduced its innovate and industry-first V.E.T.S. (Vocation, Education and Training for Service members) Program in a press conference held in Midtown, Manhattan. Our program hires tech-savvy, post-9/11 U.S. armed forces veterans as fully salaried/benefited employees and trains them in Quality Assurance, Software Testing, Business Analysis and Project Management, among other specialties, in a boot camp-like, project oriented technology training. We operate our program without any government assistance and do not touch the veterans’ GI Bill benefits. This program was created because, as need for talent in the IT field has increased, we’ve decided to fill the void with an innovative new service capability employing returning military veterans.