Research and Insights
Employment Situation of Veterans
IVMF Employment Research
Employment Research Collaborators
Wellbeing in the Workplace: Prioritizing Mental Health in corporate America
Mental health and wellness are strategic imperatives for American business. Depression, anxiety and feelings of isolation and hopelessness not only plague productivity and work quality, they can have a real impact on employee morale and our sense of shared purpose. Some of our most vulnerable employees are at greater risk of long-term health challenges, self-harm and suicide. By addressing problems and providing support early on, employers have the opportunity to prevent much more serious outcomes in their employees’ lives.
Military Spouse Employment Conceptual Framework
The Military Spouse Employment Conceptual Framework provides a comprehensive representation of factors that have the potential to influence spouses’ employment. This is a tool that can be used to develop a common understanding of the employment-related experiences of military spouses by various stakeholders.
Stand-To 2021: Advancing Veteran Employment, Education, & Health and Well-being
Nearly two decades have passed since Sept. 11, 2001. It is important to mark time and reflect on those events, but we must also take stock. How have those who served since 9/11 fared in this time? As many have made the transition to civilian life, what have we learned about their needs and how to best serve them? What gaps remain and where should we focus our efforts?