Employer value proposition

An Employer Value proposition (EVP) is the deal a company makes with employees and potential employees, in return for their productivity and in particular their discretionary performance effort. As well as an attractive offering for employees, if an EVP is implemented well it can help to reinforce the behaviours and performance you expect from your employees. 

Check out our latest EVP insights and resources, or explore our Employer Branding Services to find out more. 



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5 Post-COVID Hiring Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

Mistakes. We all make them. And HR and talent acquisition is no different. In this article, we’re giving a rundown of our top 6 post-COVID hiring mistakes that are being made by unwitting talent acquisition professionals right this minute. Are you guilty of any of them? Read on to find out.

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What does your staff turnover say about your employer brand?

The length of time that people stay at your company, or tenure rate, is a key metric for identifying the value your business provides its employees, and the quality of your employer value proposition. Do you measure yours?

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Neglect your EVP and face losing top talent

Lee Hanna, Client Relationship Director – Infrastructure, explains the importance of a compelling Employer Value Proposition & shares the consequences of not having one.

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EVP: ‘Marketing fluff’ or a real talent attraction tool?

Our resident EVP expert Kerry Jones shares four benefits an EVP can have on your business.

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