4 Corporate Social Responsibility Ideas to Ignite Employee Engagement
July 4, 2016 | WilsonHCG
In today's increasingly mobile world, many people won't make a purchase or choose a restaurant without doing research online
first. This mentality holds true today when candidates are assessing employers. So it comes as no surprise that an organization's employer brand plays an increasingly large part in their ability to attract top talent.
Candidates control the employment market, but many employers still struggle with crafting the right strategy to effectively attract and retain talent. This webcast will review creating a strategic and authentic employee value proposition, deploying an employment brand both internally and externally and measuring its effectiveness. You will also learn best practices from the top 100 employment brands of the Fortune 500.
We’ve heard it said over and over again—it’s a job seeker’s market. Companies need to hire talented people to fill new and innovative roles. Employees have the ability to be picky about the jobs they choose, so the onus is on the companies to really make an excellent first impression. The candidate experience sets the tone for future engagement from both the candidates you hire and the candidates you don’t. There is one candidate experience I will probably never forget.