From your employer brand to employee recognition, here’s the latest talent and HR news. Enjoy!
1) 5 Ways in Which You Should Let Employees Influence Your Brand from Entrepreneur
“For employers, relinquishing control of the brand can be hard. But think of the upsides -- and they do exist. Relinquishing control of the company brand is intimidating for employers. But allowing their employees to have a say in it can be positive. Example: Recently, Starbucks changed its dress code policies, allowing employees to wear different types of hats (literally, not figuratively) and dye their hair unnatural colors. In this case, the company listened to employees and allowed them to drive the brand forward. Starbucks considered the benefits of connecting with different types of customers through employees’ colorful styles and saw the policy change as a chance to bring employees in on branding efforts…”