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Building An Employer Brand To Attract And Retain Talent

Google, Facebook, and Apple have a huge presence in the recruitment industry. With many people aspiring to work for one of these companies how can you compete with them? Well, you can’t or so you may think. Many companies think that it would take a lifetime to get the reputation that these organizations have but even if you aren’t that well known you can still attract talent the same way they do.


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Everything You Need to Know About Employer Branding

When a job seeker begins her search, one of the first things she’s going to Google is this — “Top companies to work for in 2019” or, alternatively, “Top companies in X industry.” It makes sense — nowadays, a company’s reputation matters more than ever. In fact, 86% of workers would not apply for, or continue to work for, a company that has a bad reputation with former employees, or the general public.


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What Is Employer Branding and How Can It Grow Your Business?

Every company has a reputation. It could include thoughts about your products, services, leaders, team members, history, and more. And your company’s reputation can also go beyond to inspire a specific perception — emotional, instinctive, intellectual — in the people who see your ads, use your products, and eventually, speak to others about you.


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The Case for Employment Branding

Ask a few people around you what it’s like to work for Google. You’ll probably hear words like “innovative, collaborative, techie, cool, open. The crazy part is that the people you asked have probably never worked at Google. The same test usually works remarkably well for big brands like Amazon, Southwest Airlines and Red Bull.


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A good Employee Journey contributes to Employer Branding

The candidate journey has become more important than ever before. In the war for talent, all organizations want to attract the most talented candidates. Once those talents have been won over, the employee experience goes a long way in determining how that scarce talent is retained.


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