Once you've built your Employer Brand, developed your Employer Value Proposition and implemented your new recruitment strategy it's time to start hiring the most qualified candidates and continue to build your talent pool.
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Ensure your Employer Brand is inclusive and highlights your company values. Here are 5 ways to make your messaging more LGBTQ+ inclusive inside and out.
With an established employer brand and your researched Employee Value Proposition (EVP) completed you're ready to implement it!
As the centerpiece of your employer brand, your EVP plays a vital role in attracting the right candidates and ultimately, hiring the right people to lead your business to success. Here’s exactly how to do it.
Startups face several obvious disadvantages while attempting to attract top talent: they are for the most part unknown; they are perceived as high-risk; and for many startups, the employer brand messaging has not been fully developed.
Building a strong brand is an important step for any scaleup. A strong brand helps communicate your company culture, employer brand and purpose. Increasing your brand awareness can help build your company and attract the right talent.
If you’re like a lot of leaders in startup and scaleup companies, you likely put a lot of things on hold with the onset of the COVID-19 crisis – including your hiring. If you stopped recruitment too, it’s time to get that engine fired up and running again.
If you’re an employer, you might receive a negative review on Glassdoor. With the right tools and techniques you can respond effectively and professionally, maintaining your positive brand and reputation.
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