Berry Law attorney and Army Veteran John S. Berry, Jr., was recently featured in an article in the Albuquerque Journal. The article focuses on how an employer should interview a Veteran for a civilian job.
There are certain questions you should and should not ask a Veteran in the workplace. CEO John Berry was quoted in a New Mexico news article outlining certain workplace etiquette for dealing with Veteran coworkers, specifying a list of questions Veterans should not be asked in an interview.
- Do you have PTSD?
- Have you ever killed someone?
- Have you ever been shot?
According to Berry, Jr., “Veterans are some of the hardest working, dedicated and loyal employees you could ever hope to hire. In fact, they are the most important asset in my company.”
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