CAARPSBut, as I have said on many occasions (the single issue bore that I am!), that is because the VSO cohort refuse to accept that there is a retention issue.
Would you care to explain the part above that I have bolded ?
How can the VSO cohort refuse to accept an issue that has been ongoing for at least 35 years and probably longer ?
Retention was an issue in 1979, it was an even bigger issue when I left in 2001.
Seriously ? Is this an attempt at humour ?
If it's not an attempt at humour, then it is a shocking indictment. It also illustrates the utter futility of ANY recruitment campaign / ads. No point in firing all guns at recruitment, if you cannot retain them.And that is because they would have to do a significant amount of Navel Gazing and accept that retention is bang in their AOR. Much easier to blame something else,