All posts categorized in: Employer Branding

Your employer brand can be summed up by what people say about your company when the boss is not in the room. There’s a big opportunity for employers to reach the right candidates and share their organization’s story with potential job seekers. Learn why employer branding is one of the most important focus areas for HR teams.

3 Ways to Measure Your Employer Brand

Learn 3 ways to track your employer brand from Indeed.

Your employer brand: What people say about working for your company when the boss is not in the room.

Notice that I didn’t just say employees? That’s because people like to share helpful and insightful information that they’ve heard from their friends or colleagues, whether they have worked for an organization or not. According to Edelman’s recent study, the word …

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2 Ways to Respond to Company Reviews and Build Your Employer Brand

Indeed Company Pages help you promote your company culture and employer brand

Reviews have become a regular part of our online search routine. Similar to how people use reviews to make a purchase, plan a trip or choose a restaurant, job seekers also reference them as they research potential employers. A career change is one of the biggest decisions we can make, which is why 83% of people say employer reviews impact …

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3 Highly Effective Tips for Attracting, Developing & Retaining the Best Talent

What does it take to become the world’s leading chemical company? For BASF, the 150-year-old global chemical giant, success is based on a team of people working together, all focused on building a sustainable future.

With a broad portfolio ranging from chemicals, plastics, performance products and more, BASF hires lab technicians, agricultural scientists, electrical engineers and professionals of all kinds.…

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3 Ways to Instantly Enhance Your Employer Brand With Company Pages

With 8 million employer review on Indeed, Company Pages are a key component of promoting your employer brand.

In today’s talent-driven economy, business leaders are being urged to strengthen their organizations’ employer brands so they can attract and retain the best talent.

Companies that effectively communicate their values and culture have always had a competitive advantage when it comes to finding the best candidates, and this advantage has grown as job search has changed. What current and …

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