On every episode of the Employer Branding Podcast we ask the same question: what is your main talent challenge? And almost every employer branding expert we speak to gives a similar response; they’re trying to hire more tech talent but...
Across the globe, businesses are scrambling to add new hires while trying to make the changes needed to stand out in a competitive talent marketplace. For many organizations, that means taking a closer look at not just what you expect...
In an increasingly competitive market for talent, employer brand and talent acquisition need to think differently about how to stand out to candidates and catch their interest. One of our standard questions on the Employer Branding Podcast is, “What is...
The fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry has an extensive history of powerful brands, innovative products, and advanced operations and processes. However, in recent years, FMCG companies have seemingly become less attractive to prospective talent. According to LinkedIn, the FMCG industry...
Creating an Employer Value Proposition (EVP) is a balancing act. Yes, you’re trying to make something that appeals to prospective candidates and speaks to what they want in a wildly competitive labor market. However, you can’t just go by what...
Stephanie Alofoje was nervous. Not only did she have to build an app that interfaced with Yelp’s API, but she also had to present it to the entire organization. Plus, she’s not a developer or product manager—she’s Twilio’s Director of...
Baxter International is a 90-year-old multinational healthcare organization with 60,000 employees, headquartered in Deerfield, Illinois. You’ve probably used a Baxter product at some point in your life, even if you didn’t realize it, especially if you’ve ever had an IV....
Developing your employer value proposition, or EVP, is tough. You need to find a way to connect your organization’s core business goals with something that job seekers can relate to. The old marketing and communications maxim of “What’s in it...
One of the key challenges that comes with working in employer brand is measuring sentiment. For Shana Andrews, the Senior Manager of Global Employer Brand at PepsiCo, this challenge is even more daunting because of the size and scope of...
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