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Employer Brand Headlines Newsletter

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The brave, new world of work
The brave, new world of work
Strategy+business contributors have been doing some deep thinking on the seismic changes that have shaken offices—and home offices—over the past two years.
·strategy-business.com·
The brave, new world of work
How Do I Become an Intrapreneur?
How Do I Become an Intrapreneur?
An aspiring leader learns how intrapreneurship can help him achieve his career goals.
·hbr.org·
How Do I Become an Intrapreneur?
Small Shifts Keep Brands Relevant - Branding Strategy Insider
Small Shifts Keep Brands Relevant - Branding Strategy Insider
It’s pretty easy to see how rapid and dramatic changes in technology and media necessitate a shift for companies. It is not quite as easy to see the
·brandingstrategyinsider.com·
Small Shifts Keep Brands Relevant - Branding Strategy Insider
Why Unlearning is Your Workforce Multiplier - Thinkers50
Why Unlearning is Your Workforce Multiplier - Thinkers50
As leaders pivot to remote and hybrid work models, humans and machines, workforce ecosystems and talent marketplaces, there is fear and excitement but is
·thinkers50.com·
Why Unlearning is Your Workforce Multiplier - Thinkers50
Vulnerability in Employer Branding: Why to Avoid Bragging on Your Career Site
Vulnerability in Employer Branding: Why to Avoid Bragging on Your Career Site
Creating employer branding strategy that will make your company stand out will make you attract more relevant talent to your company. One of the approaches is showcasing vulnerability to better connect with candidates.
·talentlyft.com·
Vulnerability in Employer Branding: Why to Avoid Bragging on Your Career Site
Should Your EVP Be Aspirational?
Should Your EVP Be Aspirational?
Transitioning to an aspirational culture attribute should be easily understood by everyone in the organization.
·bluivygroup.com·
Should Your EVP Be Aspirational?
Break the Link Between Pay and Motivation
Break the Link Between Pay and Motivation
An experiment shows that target-independent pay can improve sales force performance, retention, and engagement.
·sloanreview.mit.edu·
Break the Link Between Pay and Motivation
Purpose is a two-way street
Purpose is a two-way street
As companies seek to attract and retain employees, they need to focus more on understanding workers’ individual purpose.
·strategy-business.com·
Purpose is a two-way street
Why Most Companies Should (Not) Publicly Celebrate History, Heritage & Awareness Months
Why Most Companies Should (Not) Publicly Celebrate History, Heritage & Awareness Months
Is your company quick to post about the many monthly observances like Black History Month, Women’s History Month or Pride? You might want to think twice and look inward before jumping on the next social media post bandwagon as part of your DEI efforts.
·brilliantink.com·
Why Most Companies Should (Not) Publicly Celebrate History, Heritage & Awareness Months
Words that matter
Words that matter
Any word that’s really important is also confusing. Words like trust, love, friend, fair, honest, lead, connect, authentic, justice, dignity–they have dozens of different meanings. Perh…
·seths.blog·
Words that matter
Aligning the Candidate Experience with your EVP
Aligning the Candidate Experience with your EVP
By: Liz Du, Employer Brand & Talent Marketing Leader The candidate experience and the Employee Value Proposition (EVP) are fundamental elements of a company’s employer brand. But, often they are not consistent. I’m here to talk about the importance of aligning the two for a more comprehensive (and cohesive!) employer branding strategy. Generally speaking, the EVP is a fairly well-defined and clear construct - the foundation for messaging, campaigns and other employer brand programs. The key to
·driftemployerbrand.com·
Aligning the Candidate Experience with your EVP
25 Micro-Habits of High-Impact Managers
25 Micro-Habits of High-Impact Managers
Sharp folks from across the First Round community share the small habits that great managers do, including delivering feedback with care, opening up about failure, and sending praise up the chain.
·review.firstround.com·
25 Micro-Habits of High-Impact Managers
How to build an employer brand that everyone wants to work for
How to build an employer brand that everyone wants to work for
It's a shame that most employers spend so much time, money, and energy actively pursuing the best talent. Instead of always searching for top talent, why not turn your company into a talent magnet – where employees love working for you and prospective employees dream of joining your team? Sounds ama
·linkedin.com·
How to build an employer brand that everyone wants to work for