When it comes to your employer brand, how do you choose what video to make? Or what to tweet? Or what new tool to buy? If you've been to a conference lately, you've seen how many new companies are popping up to help you "strengthen your employer brand" or "attract better talent." We live in a time when there is an abundance of choices to be made about how to achieve your business objectives and talent goals.
As 2018 draws to a close, everyone is reviewing their budgets and action plans for 2019. If you’re wondering what you should be prioritizing when it comes to your recruiting strategy next year, we can tell you right now…video! Drastically improve your recruiting metrics with this one simple prioritization.
Building a strong Employer Brand is vital to the long-term success of any business. The best companies have the best people, and if you can’t attract top talent, you’ll always be a step behind the competition. It’s said that the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, but the second-best time is now. If you haven’t started proactively constructing your Employer Brand strategy, now is the time.
Managing your company’s employer brand is no small feat. It’s a constant, always-on responsibility, but there’s a reason you choose to invest in it. All over the world, companies dedicate time and resources to promoting and managing their EB because it truly does pay off. Here are 15 resources that'll help you take your strategy to the next level.
Whether you’re working with little or no budget, or are looking to make a bigger investment this year, here are 7 LinkedIn features and tips you’ll want to know to help your company stand out from your talent competitors and build your employer brand to attract, reach and hire the top candidates your company needs.
With over 1.8 billion people using Facebook every month, Facebook has undoubtedly become an essential channel for companies to attract, reach and recruit top candidates today. If you’re just getting started with your Facebook Page, here are 7 hacks you’ll want to know to effectively build and promote your employer brand.
Employer brand content goes above a traditional op-ed piece on the latest in entertainment, politics, or gossip. The content published on employer sites represents not only your company, but gives you the ability to humanize yourself. These tips for writing good employer brand content will center around just that, humanizing your brand.