Private-Sector Benefit Offerings in the Competition for High-Skill Recruits

  title={Private-Sector Benefit Offerings in the Competition for High-Skill Recruits},
  author={Anita U. Hattiangadi},
Abstract : Over the past several years, the military has faced mounting recruiting, reenlistment, and manning difficulties. One perceived reason for these difficulties is increased competition for skilled personnel from the private sector particularly through its incentive pay and benefit offerings. Although the recent softening of the economy may help to ease some of these competitive pressures, other less cyclical trends-such as a smaller high-school graduate recruiting pool and lower… CONTINUE READING

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