Employment Branding Is Dead

HR Bartender

Employment branding as we know it is gone. So is consumer branding. They are being merged together to create one company brand. A brand that will be used to attract and retain customers, candidates, and employees. Some might argue that their organization already has one brand. But under that one brand, the organization creates specific marketing materials to attract customers. One brand.

2021 Employer Branding Strategy

Blu Ivy Group

That said, employer brand strategy has experienced some monumental shifts in the last few months, and become more recognized as a core component of workplace effectiveness. Employers are looking to connect at a more personal level now to gain trust, and preference.

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Advice for Employer Brand Leads In 2021

Blu Ivy Group

As employer brand strategy grows in its importance and scope, it can be hard for leaders in the space to be certain of where to focus. The directors at Blu Ivy work in partnership with in-house Employer Brand heads with several Fortune 1000 and rapidly growing organizations globally.

9 Great Employer Branding Examples to Inspire You in 2021

Digital HR Tech

Good employer branding examples come in many different shapes and sizes, and from different industries. As candidates increasingly look at what it’s really like to work at a company, your employer brand becomes more and more important. Employer brand vs. EVP.

Better Together: How Employer Brand Professionals Can Turn Recruiters into Advocates and Champions

Speaker: James Ellis, Director of Employer Brand, Universum

While employer branding can play a huge role throughout your company, its first mandate is to help attract talent. You could do that all on your lonesome, or you could get recruiters to become your employer brand foot soldiers. But all too often, recruiters push back on employer branding ideas. Working without recruitment support is like building your brand with one hand tied behind your back, so how can you get them to not only see the value of employer branding, but turn them into supporters and even employer brand champions? In this webinar, you'll learn a better strategy for working with recruiters, as well as a number of projects that can turn a tense relationship into something that benefits you all.

7 Predictions About the Future of Employer Branding

ClearCompany HRM

The misappropriation of employer branding responsibility has 41% professionals believing HR has a relatively passive role in the process. The same 41% said they believe HR is only consulted or informed about employer branding, but doesn’t play a principal role in the actual process. The truth is, however, the recruiters and human resource experts are the forerunners of developing an organization’s name as an employer. Employer Branding Workplace

Employer Branding in 2015: 7 Things To Know Now

ClearCompany HRM

Employer branding, once a silly startup notion, now a real driver of talent acquisition growth. Have you started to work on your company’s employer brand? Do your organizational stakeholders even see a need for a great employer brand? Many companies are shifting their company branding procedures and talent acquisition processes to compete for talent in the recruiting world. Employer Branding

The Link Between Employer Branding and Employee Engagement

ClearCompany HRM

Employers have lots of concepts to juggle. Time-to-fill, return on investment, employer branding, turnover, engagement. Employee Engagement Employer Branding Sometimes these concepts bleed together, and sifting through them for the right plan of action can be difficult. But while these concepts can be repeated so often they lose their meaning, when they all click, when those crucial links between ideas are made, they can make for better decision-making.

Managing to Your Employer Brand Promise

ClearCompany HRM

The idea that having a strong employer brand is something no one ignores anymore. 75% of job seekers consider an employer’s brand before applying and 56% of recruiters say it is a top priority. Those numbers have us pouring over job advertisements, career pages and social networks to show an authentic and accurate brand that appeals to our own definition of the dream employee. Employer Branding

Why Employer Branding is so Important

Blu Ivy Group

In a continued celebration of being nominated as one of the top Canadian Employer Brands for the HR Awards , we are highlighting one of our clients, CGI to share a few things that make their work really special. Employer Brand is about our company culture.

Employer Branding: Funnel Building with your Employer Brand

Speaker: Iain Hamilton, In-house Consultant & Managing Director, People Traction

Employer branding is often viewed as a project rather than an evergreen way to attract and retain talent. In this webinar we will discuss how to build talent acquisitions funnels using employer branding content and embracing a life-hack mindset.

Creating your Employer Brand Architecture

Blu Ivy Group

As we’ve explored over the last few weeks in this series, there are several components that contribute to developing and maintaining your organization’s Employer Brand. A strong Employer Brand amplifies engagement, reduces turnover, and propels productivity and purpose.

COVID-19 Recovery: Here’s Why Your Employer Brand is Vital

CakeHR

Employer brand is the reputation your organisation has with your own employees and the wider employment market. In real terms, your employer brand brings to life your employee value proposition which facilitates recruiting and retaining talent. .

Build a Social Recruiting Army to Amplify Your Employment Brand

HR Bartender

It’s about having the company’s branding messaging amplified and distributed far beyond our initial reach. When social media was a relatively new concept, many organizations talked about building brand ambassadors – both internal and external – to amplify their messaging. Most of the conversation was on the consumer brand side of the business. Social media has the ability to regularly touch people about the organization’s brand.

Technology Is Part of Your Employment Brand – Friday Distraction

HR Bartender

as a top employer in the software industry. The post Technology Is Part of Your Employment Brand – Friday Distraction appeared first on hr bartender. (Editor’s Note: Today’s article is brought to you by our friends at Kronos , a leading provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions. This week, Kronos ranked on Glassdoor’s annual listing of the Top 100 Best Places to Work in the U.S.

Employer Branding: Employer Branding Without Employee Advocacy is a Chocolate Teapot

Speaker: Charu Malhotra, Global Head of Talent Attraction and Employer Branding, Ferrero

Employer Branding or employee branding? Charu Malhotra, Global Head of Talent Attraction and Employer Branding for Ferrero will discuss the importance of going beyond just advertising and really gaining employee advocacy to achieve trust.

2021 Employer Brand Predictions and Trends

exaqueo

I’ve tapped into team exaqueo’s more than 150 years of combined HR, marketing, and employer brand experience to compile our best employer brand predictions for the New Year It’s safe to say that this year did not go as planned. So what will 2021 bring? ?I’ve

Activating your employer brand internally

Jostle

Many of us might know that corporate branding is complicated; there are elements like visual brands, brand messaging, and identity. Did you know that every company has an employer brand

Protected: Why Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Is Critical to Your Employer Brand, Culture, and Business

Blu Ivy Group

To view it please enter your password below: Password: The post Protected: Why Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Is Critical to Your Employer Brand, Culture, and Business appeared first on Blu Ivy Group Employer Branding Agency and Employee Engagement Consultancy.

Employer Branding vs. Recruitment Marketing

Employment Metrix

Employer Branding and Recruitment Marketing are no longer just a term being thrown around among HR professionals. The ideas of Employer Branding and Recruitment Marketing are now essential conversations in the creation of recruitment strategies and companies ranging from high-level corporations to local start-ups are all getting in on the action. Recruitment Marketing is the process of actually promoting a company’s Employer Brand.

The Rules Have All Changed: How to Build and Maintain an Employer Brand When No One Is Working in the Same Room

Speaker: James Ellis & Elena Valentine

You may not have realized it before two weeks ago, but so much of our understanding of employer brand is based on the assumption that people tend to work in shared offices, sharing physical space dedicated to the company. But suddenly, we're in a remote world, so how do you maintain your employer brand now? While the rest of the world is thinking about how to work and manage teams within a remote world, your task is harder: How can you create and encourage an employer brand narrative that employees will live, promote and advocate for in this new world of work?

Does Employer Brand Affect Diversity?

Survale

Does Employer Brand Affect Diversity? Do you know if your employer brand affect diversity levels in your talent pool and, therefore, your employee population? Of course, most organizations who focus on such things spend a fair amount of time trying to amplify ways in which their commitment to diversity can strengthen their employer brand. But could the brand itself be a problem? Brand affinity by recruiting stage.

Find Your Employer Brand Lessons Learned #TAWeek

exaqueo

If there were ever a time for looking for the silver lining, it's now. This is especially true at next week's Global Talent Acquisition Week where lessons learned and looks ahead will be on full display

What is employer branding?

Workable

First, let’s define employer brand: it is a company’s reputation as a place to work. In other words, employer brand is how people perceive the company’s values and work environment. Therefore, employer branding is everything a company is doing – whether intentionally or not – to promote its unique identity as an employer among current and potential employees. Who’s responsible for employer branding? Employer brand vs. Company brand.

Politics, activism and employer brand

Stories Incorporated

co-founder Scott uses Coinbase’s new policy on workplace activism and politics to examine the importance of aligning all aspects of an employer brand—from mission to brand messages to cultural norms. An employer brand is the sum of all touchpoints.

Employer Branding: Take Your Brand From 0 - 60

Speaker: Tiffany Lee, Head of Global Employer Brand, HomeAway

Tiffany Lee, Head of Global Employer Brand for HomeAway, will show you how to kick start your employer brand with tips you can implement today.

Expanding your employer brand reach with remote

HIRED

As such, insights from candidates in our 2020 Brand Health Report reveal that having a remote work policy or flexibility in how you manage your workforce will impact your employer brand and, further, how job seekers evaluate an opportunity with your company. .

How to reboot your employer brand

Workable

In this webinar, we’re turning to culture and employer brand leaders to tell us how. They’ll show us how to reboot your employer brand from the inside out. The post How to reboot your employer brand appeared first on Recruiting Resources: How to Recruit and Hire Better.

Emphasising Employer Brand

HRO Today

Initiatives like these provide continued employment to staff during a time of uncertainty when business is down, and offer a sense of meaning for those involved. Even if they’re not hiring immediately, activities like these will definitely build brand value for the employer. Major brands like TikTok, Tencent, Lenovo, and Huawei have donated ventilators, masks, cash, and other supplies to hospitals in the United States, Europe, and Africa. Communicating Employer Brand.

World Employer Branding Day 2020: Our key take-outs from this year’s virtual event

Papirfly

Every year, the global employer branding community gathers to celebrate the most groundbreaking work in the industry. Employer BrandingThis time was a little different, with the event held virtually, but it was no less interactive, insightful and enjoyable to be a part of.

Employer Branding: The New Front-Line

Speaker: Philip Black, Head of Strategy, Omobono

Hear from Head of Strategy at Omobono, Philip Black, about new ways that leading, forward-thinking companies are using Employer Branding in order to differentiate themselves from competition to find the talent they need.

Employer Branding Guide: How to Build an Employer Branding Strategy

Quantum Workplace

Your employer brand is your reputation as an employer and encompasses everything from your recruiting and onboarding processes to company culture, values, and benefits. In other words, your employer brand is your identity as an employer.

How will COVID-19 impact your employer brand?

Papirfly

As companies worldwide juggle a growing list of priorities and concerns in the face of COVID-19, it’s possible for the significance of your employer brand to fly under the radar. Employer BrandIn the short-term, there are more pressing priorities, and that means full-scale recruitment schemes might be on-hold for the foreseeable future.

Why Your Employer Brand Matters More Than Ever Before

Cornerstone On Demand

You've likely heard that an employer brand can give your company the competitive edge it needs to attract and hire the best talent. But is this "employer brand" trend just another buzzword, or does it actually provide business value

How creating an Employee Value Proposition builds employer branding

Stories Incorporated

These values can then be used to help build or grow the employer brand. Employee Value Proposition and Employer Branding. The Employee Value Proposition is a great foundation for building an Employer Brand. Now, the employer brand showcases it.

Living Your Brand Promise in Your Employee Experience

Speaker: Kathy Steele, CEO, Red Caffeine

Unemployment is low, competition for talent is high and losing a good employee is very costly. So what makes employees stay? Most organizations focus their branding campaigns and budgets on prospects and customers, but neglect to invest in communications that align and engage their workforce. According to a 2018 Retention report released by Work Institute, an estimated one in four employees voluntarily left jobs in 2018, but 75% of that turnover could be prevented by employers. What does it take to design an effective internal brand campaign that resonates with your employees and helps reduce flight risk? Kathy Steele, CEO of Red Caffeine, will discuss how to create an employer brand that positions you as an employer of choice, drives loyalty, and encourages engagement.

Exemplary Employer Brands

HRO Today

The 2019 Most Admired Brand Award finalists have taken a proactive approach to attracting and retaining today’s top candidates by building and communicating their EVPs. Employer brand has become one of the most integral parts of an organization’s recruiting and candidate attraction strategies. The hiring side agrees too: 80 percent of talent acquisition managers believe that employer branding has a significant impact on the ability to hire great talent, according to LinkedIn.

Be Aware of How External Recruiters Reflect Your Employer Brand

SHRM Resources

When a company relies on an external recruiting firm to handle its candidate searches, it is trusting that the firm and its representatives will reflect favorably on the company’s employer brand. Employment Branding External Recruiting Interviewing

Who Really Cares About Employer Branding?

China Gorman

The report: State of Employer Branding is part one a four-part 2020 Outlook series, based on responses from 2338 interviews conducted in the winter of 2014 in 18 different countries. Talent acquisition and retention is a complex equation involving (among other things) talent management and development, employer branding, and analytics to measure effectiveness. There is a perceived lack of ownership for the discipline of employer branding.

Managing Employer Brand During the COVID-19 Outbreak

SHRM Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of employer brand during a crisis, but there is no playbook for this unprecedented time. Employer branding—influencing an organization’s reputation as an employer—significantly affects the volume and quality of applicants a company attracts, and it makes a difference to employee productivity, job satisfaction and retention. Communication Employment Branding Talent Acquisition Communication

How to Use Sourcing to Improve Your Candidate Experience

Speaker: Shally Steckerl, President, The Sourcing Institute

Current HR models cannot handle modern “candidate experience” expectations. From outdated SLAs and SOPs to insufficient personnel, lack of alignment and inadequately trained staff, recruiters are all too often overwhelmed with applicants, hard-pressed to find enough time to provide an excellent experience to every candidate. Enter "The Sourcing Method" - the solution to the dehumanizing of modern recruitment practices. By reaching out to fewer and more accurately matched candidates, recruiters can spend quality time delivering the full candidate experience and selling the “employer brand” instead of rushing through piles of unqualified applicants in order to be compliant with candidate tracking, disposition, and regulation. Top talent wants to be pursued not spammed, and certainly not ignored by the same “HR Black Hole” that has plagued our industry since the resume became the prevailing way to screen out candidates in the 1950s. Sourcing is not only the first step towards improving candidate experience, but also the most critical. Feed faulty input into any process and, as you might expect, the outcome will inevitably be flawed. This generally accepted principle called GIGO or “Garbage in, garbage out” is just as at home in HR as it is in computer science. By blindly accepting high volumes of unqualified incoming candidates, you limit your ability to be selective. Without infinite applicant pools and with practical constraints, your recruiters and hiring managers have a limited amount of time to spend judging the relative quality of each applicant. Some talent sources are deeper, offering a broader choice than others, while some offer a limited choice yet yield a dramatically higher applicant quality. Join President of the Sourcing Institute and author of “The Sourcing Method” Shally Steckerl as he explains how to effectively utilize sourcing to improve your candidate experience.