New Year, New Jobs



By Robyn Grable

Happy New Year! It’s a new year to grow your business, and you are ready to hire. You’ve got competition. The unemployment rate in South Carolina is 3.9 percent, and the Upstate was just named the No. 2 best place for manufacturing jobs. Companies are moving here, opening here, and expanding here. That’s great for our community and our veterans.
With over 100,000 veterans in the Upstate, and more coming home every day, the pool of talent is out there. So how do you get them to work for your company?
The Department of Labor is a great place to start via Here you will find guidance on finding qualified veterans, policy and compliance, an employer toolkit, and the HIRE Vets Medallion Program.
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