Your Company’s Values Are NOT Your Company’s Employer Value Propositions

Kate Weimer Employment Branding and Culture, Kate Weimer 1 Comment

It’s an easy misconception, really. After all, the word “value” is part of the phrase “employer value proposition”. But, just as having the word “strawberry” in “strawberry ice cream” doesn’t make those two things the same, having the word “value” in “employer value proposition” does not mean those two things are the same. The major difference between values and employer value propositions. …

The One Recruitment Marketing Strategy Almost No One is Using

Tim Sackett Leadership, Recruitment Marketing, Smashfly, Tim Sackett

Gallup tells us nearly 50% of people will leave a job at some point in their career to get away from a bad manager. Bad managers turnover more talent than any other issue in your organization! If it wasn’t for bad managers, HR and TA would actually be an easy job! We also know that working for a great manager …

The Rx for Healthcare Recruiting

John Whitaker Recruiting

Don’t anyone go panic, but I believe we’ve reached a critical mass in healthcare recruiting. Remember all those cool “workforce planning” articles that started popping up 10-15 years ago, each warning about the reduced population of workers compared to the increasing amount of jobs and the wild-ass competitive hiring frenzy that would ensue? Well, howdy folks! In the healthcare sector—it’s here. …

Employer Branding: Hire a damn professional.

Holland Dombeck McCue Business Development, Don't Feed the Vendors, Employment Branding and Culture, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, Holland Dombeck

A quick Google search on employment branding generates over 2.8M results that can more or less be lumped into three groups: HR pundits, thought leaders if you will, griping about the exhaustion of the topic. Blogs, whitepapers and landing pages from vendors and agencies trying to get a slice. Forums with questions from practitioners still really just not sure where …