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The Employer Brand

Author : Helen Rosethorn
ISBN : 9781317034230
Genre : Business & Economics
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The culture an organisation cultivates as an employer is just as important to its success as the brand image of its products or services. A culture that is at odds with the organisation's commercial activities is a very powerful signal to customers, employees and other stakeholders; it is a signal that will impact on the employers' sales, market reputation, share value and their ability to attract and retain the kind of employees that they need. In fact, employer branding is a complex process that involves internal and external customers, marketing and human resource professionals. Helen Rosethorn's book puts the whole topic into context, it explores some of the shortcomings of employer branding initiatives to date and provides a practical guide to the kind of strategy and techniques organisations need to embrace in order to make the most of their employer brand. At the heart of the book is the concept of the strategic employee lifecycle and ways in which an organisation should engage with potential, current and past employees. The Employer Brand focuses on the experiences and perspectives of organisations that have applied employer brand practices. It is a book about marketing - and the relationship of customers and employees; about culture - and the need for fundamental change in the role of the human resources function; about psychology - and the changing aspirations of the next generation of employees; and about hard-nosed business - and the tangible and intangible benefits of a successful employer branding strategy and how to realize them.
Category: Business & Economics

The Employer Brand

Author : Simon Barrow
ISBN : 111999554X
Genre : Business & Economics
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Levels of 'employer brand awareness' are rising fast across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific, as leading companies realise that skilled, motivated employees are as vital to their commercial success as profitable customers and apply the principles of branding to their own organization. Starting with a review of the pressures which have generated current interest in employer branding, this definitive book goes on to look at the historical roots of brand management and the practical steps necessary to achieve employer brand management success - including the business case, research, positioning, implementation, management and measurement. Case studies of big-name employer brand stories include Tesco, Wal-Mart, British Airways and Prêt a Manger.
Category: Business & Economics

Employer Branding

Author : Arend Grünewälder
ISBN : 9783640137473
Genre : Branding (Marketing)
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 1,7, University of applied sciences, Neuss, course: Marketing, 14 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Employee attraction and retention will continue to play an important role for companies. Vacancies needs to be filled with qualified and flexible talents which are limited available on the HR market. Thus companies have to create effective instruments forfighting for talents. Before compiling a strategy for initiating an Employer Branding development, this working paper analyzes the needs for Employer Branding as well as the elements influencing the attractiveness of an Employer. According to surveys mentioned in the following chapters, it is proven that a strong Employer Brand has a significant influence in the employees performance and that a strong product brand can essentially support the development of the employment brand. The attributes playing highest role in Employer Branding importance are reputation of products and services, corporate culture and work environment. The practical roadmap for initiating an Employer Branding strategy consist of a four step system. Embedded system elements are (1) assess, (2) construct, (3) implement and (4) measure. In the phase of setting up an Employer Branding strategy as well as measuring its effectiveness, a benchmarking with other company's efforts and best practices can be helpful. Some sources and success stories are listed later in this assignment. A number of examples and numerous researches reflected in this paper allow to state that an investment in a strong Employer Branding is a good investment in the company's future. The global market, the current demographical trends and other challenges will produce a shortage of talents. During the last decade, many labour markets had encountered a shortage of skilled labour. In fact, whole industrial branches have had serious problemsto fill va
Category: Branding (Marketing)

International Employer Brand Management

Author : Lena Christiaans
ISBN : 9783658004569
Genre : Business & Economics
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The increasing globalization of business activities forces companies to recruit highly skilled employees all over the world. In order to attract these talents, employers have to differentiate themselves through a unique employer brand, appealing to diverse target audiences. However, in the absence of research on international students' preferences for employer characteristics, it is difficult for multinational companies to decide on a feasible degree of employer brand standardization. Lena Christians investigates the impact of between-country differences, such as in national culture or economic wealth, on students' preferences in relation to individual differences of students within the same country. In combination with a segmentation of the European graduate market, the results provide readers with inside on which elements of the employer value proposition are suitable for standardization in which target groups.
Category: Business & Economics

The Employer Brand

Author : Tim Ambler
ISBN : OCLC:46783865
Genre : Management
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Category: Management

Employer Brand Management

Author : Richard Mosley
ISBN : 9781118898512
Genre : Business & Economics
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Attract, recruit, and retain the very best with a strategic employer brand From one of the world's leading pioneers in the employer brand discipline and author of the first book on the subject The Employer Brand, comes the long-awaited practical follow-up Employer Brand Management. Talented, motivated employees are a company's best assets, and the techniques in this book help attract, recruit, and retain the very best. A successful employer brand reaches beyond the boardroom to establish confidence, loyalty, and enthusiasm all the way down the ladder. Employer Brand Management gives readers a personal grasp of a new approach to people management. It draws on significant advances in practices among leading companies to provide a handbook for employer brand development and implementation. With a wide range of case studies and examples, you'll be taken step-by-step through the employer brand development process. You will find information on the latest developments in technology, with particular attention paid to socially-enabled recruitment marketing and employee communication and engagement. You will: Follow the process of brand planning, definition, implementation, and application Discover how brand thinking can strengthen strategy and reinforce HR value Improve existing recruitment and talent management programs Learn the importance of employee engagement in the brand experience
Category: Business & Economics

The Hr Trailblazer

Author : Christine McLeod
ISBN : 9781456605452
Genre : Business & Economics
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How an organization conducts itself both externally towards its customers and internally towards its employees, its employer brand, has never been more important... and transparent. HR leaders know that the ability of customers, competitors and employees alike to evaluate the authenticity of brand messages has never been easier. By becoming knowledgeable about the fundamentals of employer branding and enabling the DELIVERY of that brand to create a vibrant organizational culture, HR leaders more than ever before have the potential for incredible reach, impact and leadership within their organizations. This guide introduces the process of evaluating, designing or influencing, and executing an employer brand strategy that aligns the brand message with workplace reality.
Category: Business & Economics

Employer Branding Marketing The Company As An Attractive Employer

Author : Arend Grünewälder
ISBN : 9783640137398
Genre : Business & Economics
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 1,7, University of applied sciences, Neuss, course: Marketing, 14 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Employee attraction and retention will continue to play an important role for companies. Vacancies needs to be filled with qualified and flexible talents which are limited available on the HR market. Thus companies have to create effective instruments for fighting for talents. Before compiling a strategy for initiating an Employer Branding development, this working paper analyzes the needs for Employer Branding as well as the elements influencing the attractiveness of an Employer. According to surveys mentioned in the following chapters, it is proven that a strong Employer Brand has a significant influence in the employees performance and that a strong product brand can essentially support the development of the employment brand. The attributes playing highest role in Employer Branding importance are reputation of products and services, corporate culture and work environment. The practical roadmap for initiating an Employer Branding strategy consist of a four step system. Embedded system elements are (1) assess, (2) construct, (3) implement and (4) measure. In the phase of setting up an Employer Branding strategy as well as measuring its effectiveness, a benchmarking with other company’s efforts and best practices can be helpful. Some sources and success stories are listed later in this assignment. A number of examples and numerous researches reflected in this paper allow to state that an investment in a strong Employer Branding is a good investment in the company’s future. The global market, the current demographical trends and other challenges will produce a shortage of talents. During the last decade, many labour markets had encountered a shortage of skilled labour. In fact, whole industrial branches have had serious problemsto fill vacancies. Many have forecast horror scenarios for the labour market, whereas others have created strategic concepts to cope with it.
Category: Business & Economics

Employer Branding

Author : Birger Meier
ISBN : 9783832496432
Genre : Business & Economics
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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The information economy, the current demographical trends and other factors will produce a shortage of skilled labour. During the last decade, many labour markets had encountered a shortage of skilled labour. In fact, whole industries have had serious problems to fill vacancies. Many have forecast horror scenarios for the labour market, whereas others have created strategic concepts to cope with it. The War for Talent and the Employer of Choice concept are leftovers of this period. Employee attraction and retention will continue to be an important issue for many companies in the beginning of the 21st century. The new up-coming competition for talent draws the attention on a new concept, in order to deal with the future challenge - employer branding. Employer branding has moved center stage in the last two years. The strategic relevance of employer branding is still underestimated or unknown. Employer branding is neither a wonder cure nor a cure-all approach. This thesis and chapters provide an insight in the employer branding concept and its relevance. What does employer branding means, where does it stem from? It also contains a practical guide for developing and implementing an employer branding process, with a short case study of global chemical company. Do you remember the scenario published in McKinsey ́s Quarterly in 1998? The War for Talent - this expression has become synonymous for the labour shortage of High Potentials. The economy was burning white-hot in the late 1990s and companies were scrambling to hire and retain the people they needed. With a boom, talent becomes scarcer because everybody is looking for talented people to fill vacancies. In the late 1990s the employer of choice concept became popular, when the war for talent was about to begin. The term employer of choice is based on the unwritten promises and expectations that develop the basis of the employment relationship. The collapse of the dot.com industry, followed by a time of recession and downturns causing layoffs and job cuts, has created a surplus of labour. The predicted War for Talent for High Potentials has been postponed. Really? The current economic landscape has changed dramatically, product lifecycles have grown shorter, products and services are substitutional, innovation is accelerating and customer loyalty is just a pie-in-the-sky. The economy is driven by ongoing changes, globalization, growing complexity and the [...]
Category: Business & Economics

Employer Branding And The Psychological Contract In The United States Armed Forces

Author : Sarah Nolte
ISBN : OCLC:783935549
Genre : Employee motivation
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The purpose of the current paper is to establish the outcomes of creating a strong employer brand, analyze the relationship between the employer brand and the state of employees' psychological contracts along with various organisational outcomes, and to research the impact of psychological contract violation and breach on the success of the employer brand. This research was conducted in the context of the US Armed Forces. An online questionnaire was administered to current Armed Forces employees to analyze effects on levels of organisational identity (OID), person-organisation value fit (POP), organizational citizenship behaviours (OCB), and employees' intention to quit. Findings revealed significant correlations between a strong employer brand and high levels of OID, POF, OCB, and low intentions to quit. A strong brand was further found to be correlated with the fulfillment of employees' psychological contracts and low levels of pc violation. Further findings revealed correlations between organisational outcomes and psychological contract violation, but not psychological contract breach. It is suggested that a strong employer brand may reduce possible negative outcomes of psychological contract breach by serving as a buffer against violation. Implications for the management of human resources and marketing are discussed.
Category: Employee motivation