Hire Our Veterans

Why should your company hire an Operation New Uniform™ Veteran?

It’s simple, we train and place the best.

TOP QUALITIES OF AN ONU VETERAN

Mission Focused | Leadership | Initiative / Agility | Loyalty

Screen

  • Application Review
  • Information Validation
  • Telephone Interview
  • In Person Interview

Train

  • Business Acumen
  • Corporate Culture
  • Self Awareness
  • Professional Attitude

Place 

  • Career Determination
  • Career Goal Establishment
  • Ongoing Training
  • Goal Setting
  • Execution

Coach

  • Matching Companies & Veterans
  • Tax Benefit
  • Employer Liaison
  • Vetted & Qualified Candidates
  • Employment Coaching

WHERE OUR VETERANS ARE EMPLOYED

Harold and Associates LLC

Acosta Sales and Marketing

Almost Family

Amazon.com

ANC Research & Development, LLC

Apple

Armed Services Corporation

Artec Group

Avmax

Bank of America

Baptist Health

Black Knight, Inc.

Buffers USA

C4 Planning Solutions

Capstone

CareHere

Crowley Maritime

CSRA

Envoy Air

Faith Technologies

Fidelity National Financial

First Coast Energy

Florida East Coast Railway

Gate Petroleum

GBX Consultants

GE Aviation

GE Oil and Gas

Geek Squad

Generation: YouEmployed, Inc.

Genesee & Wyoming Railroad Services, Inc.

Gulfstream Aerospace

Harold Technologies

HCI Group

HRH Safety

JP Morgan Chase

KBRwyle

Landstar

LB and B Associates

Leadership Research Institute

Load King

LSI

M2 Services Corp

Miller Electric Company

Mission Continues

MSSCO

Northrup Grumman

On Time Moving and Storage

One Call Care Management

PNC Mortgage

Publix Super Markets Charities Inc.

Ricoh-USA

Robert Half

Sea Island

Silver Mountain Construction

Southwest Window Coverings

StraCon

The Boeing Company

Tom Bush

Toyota – South East

TransAmerica Financial Advisors

Trinity Christian Academy

United Airlines

Web.com

TAX CREDIT AVAILABLE FOR HIRING VETERANS

Businesses that hire eligible unemployed Veterans can take advantage of a Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)

The Returning Heroes Tax Credit now provides incentives of up to $5,600 for hiring employed veterans, and the Wounded Warriors Tax Credit doubles the existing Work Opportunity Tax Credit for long-term employment Veterans with service-connected disabilities, to up to $9,600.

Unemployment Tax Credits:

  • Qualified Long-term Unemployment: This is a credit for new hires that begin work on or after January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2019, during which the individual is employed no less than 27 consecutive weeks, and includes a period in which the individual was receiving unemployment compensation under State or Federal law. For WOTC-certified new hires working at least 120 hours, employers can claim 25% of the first year wages paid up to $6,000, for a maximum income tax credit of up to $1,500. For WOTC-certified new hires working 400 hours or more, employers can claim 40% of the first year wages up to $6,000, for a maximum income tax credit of up to $2,400.
  • Short-term Unemployment: A credit of 40% of the first $6,000 of wages (up to $2,400) for employers who hire veterans who have been in receipt of unemployment compensation for at least 4 weeks.
  • Long-term Unemployment: A credit of 40% of the first $14,000 of wages (up to $5,600) for employers who hire veterans who have been in receipt of unemployment compensation for longer than 6 months.

Wounded Warrior Tax Credits:

  • Veterans with Services-Connected Disabilities: Maintains the existing Work Opportunity Tax Credit for veterans with service-connected disabilities hired within one year of being discharged from the military. The credit is 40% of the first $12,000 of wages (up to $4,800).
  • Long-Term Unemployed Veterans with Services-Connected Disabilities: A new credit of 40% of the first $24,000 of wages (up to $9,600) for firms that hire veterans with service-connected disabilities who have been in receipt of unemployment compensation for longer than 6 months. The credit can be as high as $9,600 per veteran for for-profit employers or up to $6,240 for tax-exempt organizations.
  • Certain tax-exempt organizations can take advantage of WOTC by hiring eligible veterans and receiving a credit against the employer's share of Social Security taxes.