There are many ways to measure a company’s worth: market capitalization, revenue, profit and so on. But how do you measure a company’s employment brand — the image it projects to attract and hire the talent it needs to drive growth and stimulate innovation? That’s one of the most critical questions that companies face today, and the one we’ll answer in this year’s employment branding report.
Candidate experience has evolved to become a proactive, business-impacting strategy that can define an organization's brand and growth potential. HR technologies have also reached a tipping point. As we prepare for 2016, how can candidate experience strategy and HR tech work together to help you reach maximum growth potential?
Access to a constant flow of information has changed the way candidates research their next employer. Even if they’re not actively looking to make a career move, they’re likely privy to opportunities in ...Read more
Strategic workforce planning has a variety of meanings to organisations. With the evolution of the talent agenda due to constant business change, shifting consumer behaviours and digital transformation, acquiring the best talent is more important ...Read more