Review the collection of quotes, messages, and inspiration from #teamexaqueo during our #ClientAppreciationWeek.
Recently, our exaqueo CEO Susan LaMotte joined Work It Daily founder, J.T. O'Donnell, for an episode of Employer Brand Playbook, a series that helps company's to craft and perfect their employer brand. In the episode, Susan discusses building authentic employer brands, life in Charleston, SC, and plays the #hashtagchallenge.
With flowers blooming and the promise of warmer weather just around the corner, our team has been reading up thriving company cultures and fostering wellness with growth. In this month’s roundup, #teamexaqueo has curated 5 articles to get your nurturing wheels turning:
In case it wasn’t totally apparent, our team is obsessed with employer brand. We live and breathe it every day and welcome every opportunity to educate and inspire on the topic.
Before I introduce you to our newest team member, I want to share a little story - it’s related, I promise! My daughter recently said to me: “Mom, I want to be like you and have two jobs.” I was curious what she meant - I didn’t realize I had two jobs in her eyes. She told me “You’re a mom and a…wait, what’s your other job?”
Going it alone can be valuable when you’re short on resources, and long for talent. But for many organizations, working with an external partner can provide in-depth, rigorous experience when you don’t have it in-house. Depending upon an organization’s goals, there is a whole list of reasons why you might take this step
Developing an employer brand isn’t easy. It takes buy-in, time, effort, and financial resources to build, and then activate, a sustainable employer brand strategy. A successful employer brand architecture is most often composed by several essential components and developed by a core team of HR, Marketing, and/or Internal Communications leaders.
Adrienne Betenbaugh joins us as our Marketing Director, responsible for leading our marketing, communications that will share insights about exaqueo and our thought leadership with our target audiences. She brings more than 12 years of marketing experience with a design thinking approach, and a wealth of client service insights and expertise to our team.
Join us in welcoming April Sherman, #teamexaqueo’s newest Employer Brand Strategist and Engagement Manager. In this role, April will join our team of Employer Brand Strategists in helping our clients build their employer brands and the talent strategies that drive them. April brings over 15 years of experience in corporate brand marketing and communications, as well as employer brand marketing, for a Fortune 500 company.
The focus on the candidate experience and employee engagement needs the love and attention of talent acquisition and human resources, now more than ever. In this month’s roundup, team exaqueo has curated five articles to help you put people, both candidates and employees, at the heart of what you do.
Jennifer Wienke joins exaqueo as a Business Operations Manager. In this role, she is responsible for managing the company's creative process and logistics, capacity planning, and supporting business operations. A seasoned agency veteran, Jennifer is a Clemson University graduate with more than 17 years of advertising and marketing experience. We’re thrilled to have her as a part of #teamexaqueo!
Organizations recognize the reputation of their employment experience matters more than ever. You may already be managing a strong employer brand, or, in the beginning stages of developing one. Either way, there is one thing you must have to be successful: buy-in. Whether you have a million dollar budget or you’re starting from scratch, if you don’t get the attention, support, and buy-in from your leaders and key stakeholders, you may falter before you even start.
Is Apple more than just the last iPhone you purchased? Is P&G more than the tube of Crest? Is Starbucks more than a cup of coffee? Is there a difference between product marketing and consumer brand?
Is there a difference between recruitment marketing and employer brand?
When it comes to your reputation as an employer, it can be hard to keep up with all of the online review sites. Candidates and employees are talking about you on sites like Quora and Reddit. They are leaving reviews on Google, Facebook, Comparably, Indeed, Kununu, InHerSight, FairyGodBoss, CareerBliss, Vault, and of course, Glassdoor.
Sometimes the ratings are to be celebrated. Some reviews may raise an executive’s eyebrow. And, some ratings and reviews can negatively impact your company’s reputation, your employer brand, and your ability to hire new employees and even retain customers.
We know 2018 isn’t over yet, but it’s never too early to start thinking about your employer brand strategy for the New Year. What employer brand resolutions will you set to help your organization find success in the year ahead? In this month’s roundup, we’ve curated five articles to give you a head start in employer brand, recruiting, and marketing for 2019.
It’s hard to believe 2018 is almost over! As the year winds down, we want to reflect on the content we’ve shared this year to help you achieve your employer brand goals. From the candidate experience to shifting perceptions in employer brand, here are the top 10 insights from #teamexaqueo to bring with you into the new year.
Team exaqueo is excited to introduce exaqueowear, a line of fun and cheeky shirts and products that we’ve launched in collaboration with our creative team, Leap. These products are perfect for gifting this holiday season. Not only is it a fun holiday shopping experience, but shopping exaqueowear also enables us to give back.
So, there’s word of a new kid on the block. Someone else moving in on your organization’s talent turf. It’s big news. It’s a very well-known company. And, they bring the promise of hundreds—perhaps thousands—of competitively paying jobs and a shiny new employment experience. Your executives are freaking out a little.
Truth be told, you’re more than a bit concerned. With unemployment teetering around 3.0% in your local area, it’s already hard enough attracting qualified candidates and retaining employees … and now THIS. How will your company compete in this new battle for talent?
There’s no way.
Or is there?
Delta Air Lines was the third largest airline in the U.S. when they filed bankruptcy in 2005, citing rising fuel costs and tough competition from lower-cost carriers as the catalysts. Over the past 13 years, Delta has put countless strategies into place to help steer the company back on course. From their people focus and profit sharing to vertical integration and global partnerships, they overhauled the business while staying true to their roots. All of those things factor into the excellent customer service they’re known for today. Here are four ways Delta shifted to put the customer in the forefront, and how you can apply their approach to your candidate experience to elevate your employer brand.
From employee retention to fostering community to adding to brand image, there are clear benefits to establishing a strong, unified company culture. Showing gratitude in the office is one of the simplest yet most effective way to establish a positive culture. A simple expression of "thank you" helps boost morale among employees and the organization, increasing job satisfaction, productivity, and well-being. In this month’s roundup, we’ve curated five articles on how your company can encourage an inclusive workplace culture and why expressing gratitude can be key to your success.