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Magazine | Works of Honor

Dan Morgan shares his experience and offers insights and advice to other veterans and civilian business leaders.
As Cruse states, "R.Riveter doesn't hire military spouses to make handbags. We make handbags to hire military spouses and create a greater sense of mission."
Veterans, military spouses, and business professionals gathered in Seattle, WA on November 21st, 2019 to network with friends, colleagues, and peers.
Michael offers insights about veteran talent in the civilian workplace.
Talented veterans and military spouse gathered in Tacoma, WA on November 12th, 2019 to share their journey to business success with fellow veterans, military spouses and business professionals.
"As the float wound through the downtown, I began to realize that I was seeing something very special and unique in America and not for the reasons that I even imagined. "
How can a business be more customer friendly, more in touch with customers, and more focused on prompt solutions to each unique customer in a cost-effective manner?
In the age of change, businesses cannot take the ‘old one-size fits all’ approach to hiring employees.
“People with good intentions make promises. But people with good character keep them” ~ unknown

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