Wednesday, April 22, 2015

FAQs about Orion Military Hiring Conferences

Are you considering attending an Orion Hiring Conference to recruit veterans for your company, but have a few questions? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions below:

How is an Orion Hiring Conference different from a job fair?
An Orion Hiring Conference is very different from a job fair. You will be conducting one-on-one interviews with prescreened, qualified, top-tier military candidates, matched with your opportunity, location and salary, all in a private interview suite.

What is the cost to attend?
There is no cost to attend, other than the hotel suite for your stay and to conduct interviews in. You will pay a fee for each candidate you choose to hire, according to the fee agreement you have arranged with your Orion Account Executive.

Do I need to get a hotel room?
Yes. Our conference hotels offer suites with a quiet, professional location to interview candidates. A private room prevents the distractions and noise found in the common areas of the hotel, and sets a good tone for the candidates that your company is serious about hiring. Once you decide to attend, we will make your reservation for you under our reserved (discounted) block of rooms.

What kind of candidates will I interview?
After identifying your hiring needs, Orion’s Recruiting Team will actively recruit qualified candidates for your openings. Our conferences are by invitation only and we invite only those candidates that are a qualified match for the positions for which we are hiring. Our candidates are generally available to begin within the next 90 days.

Do Orion Hiring Conferences work?
Yes! Most clients make between 1 and 5 offers within 21 days of a hiring conference. Still not convinced? Check out what our clients say about Orion Hiring Conferences.

Interested in learning more about Orion Military Hiring Conferences? Watch our 3-minute movie about Military Hiring Conferences, check out our upcoming schedule of events, or contact us for more information.

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