Employer value proposition

How Burberry Reinvented Its Employer Brand

When we say tartans, what comes to mind? Burberry of course! Pretty much the same thing with its incredibly famous rain-safe trench-coat. It doesn’t matter where or how you’ve come across it, let’s just say you have. In 2018, Riccardo...

Appointing an Agency to Develop EVP

Developing a robust employer value proposition (EVP) requires that the organisation takes a holistic approach to employment strategy and the employer brand. This starts with the crucial foundation of defining organisational values; authenticity and credibility are the key components of...

How the FBI Investigates Its Employer Brand

How do you attract talent to an organization that everyone thinks they know thanks to Hollywood? Peter Sursi is Senior Executive, Recruitment, and Hiring; Human Resources Division at the FBI and is responsible for everyone coming into the bureau. Have...

30 Employer Value Proposition (EVP) Taglines from Leading Companies

What is an EVP (employer value proposition) tagline? Essentially it's a few words that encompass and embody your company's employer brand. Why does it matter? Because it’s the very core of your framework to communicate internally/externally and helps you differentiate...

How Unilever Developed a New EVP and Employer Brand

Unilever is a global company selling fast-moving consumer goods, whose purpose it is to make sustainable living commonplace. You will recognize consumer brands such as Axe/Lynx, Ben & Jerry's, Dermalogica, Dollar Shave Club, Dove, Hellmann's, Knorr, Lipton, and Magnum. But what...

How Red Bull Gives Wings to Employer Branding

Red Bull is one of the world’s most famous and greatly loved energy drinks. The drink is popular with students, sports fanatics, celebrities, workers and the ordinary human being, and available in more than 171 countries worldwide. Red Bull has...

Just Do It: Nike’s Employer Brand

We’re all familiar with the one of the world’s biggest brands: Nike, Inc. Maybe you have one of their products, have seen the marketing campaigns or just recognise the famous swoosh on their gear. The Nike brand has a huge...

Measuring ROI on Your EVP

We’ve talked a lot in recent posts about employment branding, and how it showcases your organisation as a great place to work, in the perception of potential candidates and existing employees. We’ve suggested that developing a clear and relevant EVP that...

EVP vs. USP: The Difference and When to Use Which

The Value Proposition is a well-established marketing concept; and EVP is the employment-related version. The marketer wants their product to be “different”, so that people choose that product before another. The HR professional wants to be an employer of choice....