CAGC member Rich Adams with Wurster Engineering, after attending a recent demonstration of the service, said “I found the demonstration of the new Veterans ASCEND program to be very promising.”
“The administrator seemed very knowledgeable on the challenges we face in the current market as employers of construction labor. I’m very hopeful that this new service will be another valuable tool for recruiting and to a perhaps under-tapped source of candidates.”
“We are honored to utilize our AI-powered Talent Sourcing platform to match candidates with a CAGC member organization whose intentional effort to hire military talent will contribute to the successful transition and long-term success of our military families,” sid Veterans ASCEND founder and CEO said Robyn Grable.
The CAGC statement says: “Veterans ASCEND, a veteran-owned, woman-owned company, completely changes the way employers find and hire military talent through an innovative, digital-skills matching software as a service. A custom translation program translates military and civilian occupations into a skills profile, removing barriers and bias by automatically matching candidates to the needs of an organization. Getting to true candidates quickly and efficiently, Veterans ASCEND is a one-of-a-kind talent sourcing platform.”