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Employee Engagement

EVP – Employee Value Proposition

What is an Employee Value Proposition (EVP)? An Employee Value Proposition (EVP), is the sum of all the things an employer offers to attract or retain talent. It’s more than just the ‘typical’ benefits of an opportunity such as salary, bonus, perks etc. It encompasses the culture, the work environment and what it’s like to […]

Is your EVP secret to fighting the great resignation?

The Great Resignation means that, above all else, employees are on the move. Tech employees are among many others embracing the trend and leaving their employers searching for better compensation, a new challenge or alternative corporate culture. As a result, knowledge-based sectors like tech are seeing record numbers of jobs advertised, and this is taking […]

How to create the culture of a flexible workplace

Flexible working is no new concept, but it’s something that has come to prominence in the last few years. Especially now that we’re all thinking about returning to work as normal as (hopefully) the end of the pandemic is in sight. Flexible working wasn’t always an option for employees, but with remote working being forced […]

Looking after the mental health of your tech recruitment teams

Hiring tech talent right now is not an easy task. Recruiters are trying their best to navigate the most challenging talent market in recent memory. It’s a market where more jobs are available than candidates, and companies large and small are fighting for the same skillsets and talents. With reports of record-breaking salaries in the […]

What a CMO needs to know about employer branding

Marketing and employer branding are becoming intrinsically linked; if you’ve read any of our previous blogs, you’ll know this. The days of the employer brand being the sole responsibility of talent and HR teams are a thing of the past. Employer branding is evolving. To be successful in improving talent acquisition and retention strategies, it […]

Is your EVP human enough?

As a tech company, it’s very easy to get caught up in the tech. It’s what you do, it’s what your people are passionate about, and it’s how your business is going to grow. Plus, it’s often what sets you apart from the crowd; your tech product is what excites you and motivates you, and […]

How to create a continuous learning culture in your workplace

A new year is when many people choose to set goals for career progression, and this often means vowing to learn a new skill or develop existing ones. Learning and development always come into focus at this time of year; employers are starting to think about the skills their organisation will need in the next […]

Capturing Authentic Employee Stories to Promote Your Employer Brand

As the talent market is set to grow even more competitive in the coming year, Employer Branding is sure to be the main differentiator between organisations. How employees and candidates perceive a business as a place to work will hold more influence than ever before as employers become compelled to match salaries and benefits if […]

Exploring the new approach to workplace benefits

The role of benefits at work has changed significantly. What was once an additional perk to help entice candidates has quickly become necessary to enhance their experience and lifestyle. Fully stocked beer fridges and ping-pong tables have had their day. Once upon a time, the more quirky or fun a benefit was, the more a business stood out in the eyes of candidates. But, the last two years have proven that benefits should be just that, a benefit, not something fun and out there to add to your employer brand communications. Benefits shouldn’t be there to capture attention but rather to enhance the lives of employees significantly.

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