How a strong employer brand attracts not only more job candidates but better qualified ones
The impact of a poor employer brand, from declined job offers to higher cost-per-hire
Examples of actual cost savings attributable to employer branding
Advantages of building out your Glassdoor profile to build awareness and offer the "employer perspective" to job seekers
Can investing in an employer brand pay off in higher awareness among job seekers, better quality candidates and lower recruiting costs?
We believe so! In fact, chances are if you aren't investing in your corporate reputation—no matter the size of your organization—you’re falling behind your competition. After all, if you don’t manage your reputation, someone else will write the story for you.
Join us for "The Business Case for Employer Branding" and learn how to justify investing in your corporate reputation and measure the ROI of your efforts.
Have you heard that 69% of Americans would nix a job offer—even if they were out of work—with a company with a negative reputation? Learn how to improve your employer brand by creating brand ambassadors, leveraging company reviews, and weaving your company's core values, mission and culture into one cohesive message.
Becoming a Glassdoor “Best Place to Work” is no accident. Join us for a webinar case study in how Genesys, a private technology company, took up the employee engagement challenge on its way to earning a “Best Place to Work” badge in 2014/2015.
Never mind the swag! Think employer brand, potential, career development and transparency when going after grads. Learn why "work ethic" and "potential" often trump simple job application requisites like "college major" and "GPA," why you should tap current employees as brand ambassadors, and why responding to every applicant pays off whether you hire them or not.