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March 2023 - MOST Meeting

  • 21 Mar 2023
  • 2:15 PM - 3:35 PM (CDT)
  • City of Conroe - Conroe Tower - 300 West Davis Street, Conroe, TX - 1st Floor


  • Late Registration Fee for MC-SHRM Members only.
  • Registration Fee for MC-sHRM Members only.
  • This fee is for Students that are not a MC-SHRM Member and are registering for the MOST meeting.


300 W. Davis Street, Conroe, Texas - Council Chambers, 1st Floor

The Value of Hiring Military Talent

Program 1 - MC-SHRM Members Only Special Topic (MOST)    2:15*PM-3:35PM (*Registration 2:15PM-10:25PM)

Presented by:  Charles Bischoff, Employment Coordinator, NextOp - Houston Area


One thing that separates a good company from a great company is the talent of their workforce, yet most businesses struggle to capitalize on what is decidedly their most valuable asset. 

In a study of over 2,500 hiring managers, results indicated that 1 in 5 new hires were considered to be unsuitable for their company.  Former service members are consistently more productive, more safety conscious, and more likely to stay with a company long term.  Companies can experience immediate bottom-line benefit by employing these high-performing, technically capable, and reliable team players.

Participant Learning Objectives:

  • Ascertain best practices for military recruiting 
  • Identify how to locate military talent 
  • Discern how to retain your veterans
  • Discover work opportunity tax credit 

Charles Bischoff, Employment Coordinator for NextOp - was named to his current position in February 2022.   Charles was born in Chicago, Illinois but grew up in Port Charlotte, Florida. He joined the United States Army shortly after high school. Charles served as a healthcare professional during his tenure, including serving as a combat medic where he deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan and clinic administrator for both primary and specialty care clinics at a level III trauma hospital. Charles was medically retired after eight years of honorable service.

Charles and his family relocated to Houston where he shifted his focus from business and clinical administration to veteran services. Most recently serving as a Peer Service Coordinator for Texas Veterans Commission’s Veteran Mental Health
Department’s Military Veteran Peer Network. Charles has been recognized for being a mental health advocate, openly sharing his own personal struggles and successes. 

Learn more about Charles Bischoff :


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