Corporate Branding Digest, November 30, 2015
Posted on November 30, 2015 by Havas PR
Our Company Needs You: The Rise of Employer Branding
(The Business of Fashion, 30.11.15)
With limited growth prospects on the horizon the industry’s battle for talent is intensifying — and companies are investing in employer brands in a bid to attract the best of the best.
Employee Happiness Is Key Predictor of Loyalty
(Bloomberg BNA, 23.11.15)
Tracking employee happiness can help employers determine which workers are most likely to leave the organization and how to get them to change their minds, according to a report released by Swedish-based employer branding firm Universum.
Enhance the Candidate Experience with Employer Branding
The latest buzzword in human resources and talent acquisition is the candidate experience. The candidate experience refers to the process a job applicant goes through to become an employee. The reason this is so important right now is that once the economy improved, it became a job applicant’s market. The days when a company could get someone way overqualified for relatively cheap are over. Now, candidates are in control and they’re flocking to the job market in record numbers. Many companies are finding it difficult to keep employees and to fill new positions. With candidates in control, they now demand more information to make a decision on whether to join a company or not.
The corporate culture at Jamba Juice is centered on their core values. Health and well-being runs through Jamba Juice’s veins. If you can actively engage individuals inside of a company to build a culture they want to live in, you have a much higher chance of being successful. Personal investment of the individuals of your company, helps move the culture and performance of the company as a whole ahead. There is a large shift in people who want to work for a company that they feel connected to. Using feedback to source your information first hand, you can capture the spirit of each employee, creating the benefits that not only provide a passion to their work, but a corporate culture that drives a happy and productive workforce.
“Employees who believe that management is concerned about them as a whole person, not just an employee, are more productive, more satisfied, more fulfilled.” —Anne Mulcahy