How employee engagement positively influences company culture and reputation
How to weave company core values, mission and culture into all your messaging
How to turn employees into brand ambassadors to tell ideal-fit job seekers why your company is a great place to work
How to monitor ongoing performance and distill the takeaways for management
Having a solid employee engagement strategy can turn current employees into brand ambassadors, amplifying your recruitment efforts year-round. Studies show that happier, more content employees do better work, increase productivity and help recruit great talent to the organization.
In fact, companies with employee engagement programs achieve 26% greater year-over-year increase in annual company revenue, compared those who do not have formal programs.1
Every company, of course, has unique challenges and attracts different talent to its workplace. That’s why your strategy to engage employees should be tailored to your company size, culture, products and services, and industry.
Studies show 96% of job seekers are likely to read your company reviews before accepting a job offer. This webcast will explore how global healthcare insurance company Cigna upgraded its employer branding and social media marketing strategies to help candidates develop a strong interest in its organization.
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.