Home Helpers Aims to Hire 3,000 Veterans

Home care franchisor Home Helpers has pledged to add 3,000 veterans and military dependents to its employee ranks by Veterans Day 2018. Home Helpers, which has more than 325 offices and is based in Cincinnati, has approximately 8,000 employees.

Serving veterans and their families is an issue close to Home Helpers CEO Emma Dickison, whose father was a World War II combat veteran.

“We’re finding ourselves taking care of more and more veterans, and we know through our work with [veterans] that it’s not just the vets but the military families that are then left behind in deployment struggle with under- or unemployment,” she told Home Health Care News.

Published in Home Health Care News