exaqueo's employer brand blog featuring insight from our team, industry news and trends, our research, client work and lessons learned.
Jennifer Beyer is no stranger to the world of employer brand and recruitment marketing. Currently, she is in the midst of launching Fannie Mae’s new employer brand, “Future Makers,” which is strategically aligned to data-backed employer brand pillars.
The global pandemic hasn’t eliminated the need for employee stories and images. In fact, it’s accelerated their importance. Showing the human side of your organization has never been more critical as candidates look to find a place where they’ll feel welcomed, supported. and safe.
Employer brand and DEI should co-exist at every turn, not exist in separate silos. Now, more than ever, employer brand professionals need to see these functions as two threads in the same fabric.
If there were ever a time for looking for the silver lining, it's now. This is especially true at next week's Global Talent Acquisition Week where lessons learned and looks ahead will be on full display.
Dear Clients: before we get too far into 2021, let me be clear about what we do, why we serve you, and what you mean to us: everything.
As you further develop your 2021 people strategy, here are five ways employers can prioritize people and ensure they are set-up for success.
COVID-19’s impact on the world of work is without question. The big question employer brand leaders need to ask themselves is: How will our organization show up in the labor market?
In the second post of our blog series called Lessons from 2020, hear from Anthony Chidoro is the Communications, Branding, and Development Lead at Lyft.
We are all counting down to the end of 2020. In our first post in our blog series called Lessons from 2020, hear from Kerry Noone, Director of Recruitment Marketing & Advertising at CVS Health, as she reflects on the year, how she navigated change, and her aspirations for the New Year.
My son came bursting into my room: "Mom! One of my puzzle pieces doesn't fit!" Puzzles tell a story--from the first to the last, each piece matters, a journey of complexity that leads to the bigger picture. A journey every content marketer is on every day.
If you missed this informative three-day virtual event, we pulled together some of the tweets from the conference to give you insight into what was shared.
EBrandCon holds a special place in the hearts and minds of #teamexaqueo. We’ve been attending this conference for nearly five years. Last year, we had fun exploring San Diego and learning from fellow employer brand professionals.
Who you are as a company during times like this really starts with who you are as an employer. And no better person that Tisha Leslie to reflect on what brands should--and shouldn't--be doing right now.
Communicating during a crisis is hard. While none of us have experienced COVID-19 before, many of us in HR and employer branding have gone through other crises and we know one thing is for sure—what you do now and how you communicate it, will have a lasting impact on your brand.
A crisis is a true test of loyalty, confidence, and the human spirit. Will your brand be positively or negatively remembered for how you treated employees during COVID-19?
Coronavirus will become a defining moment for many of us. As an employer branding professional or talent acquisition leader, how you handle your role during this time will have a lasting effect. Whether it’s positive or negative, is yet to be determined.
Working in the employer brand industry has come a long way since Simon Barrow first coined the term “employer brand” in 1996. Today’s employer brand professionals are adept strategists and communicators dedicated to helping people understand the meaning of work.
From purchasing a home to renovating it, this past year has been full of lessons learned. Looking back, I've realized there are many parallels between renovating a house and building an employer brand.
I share my story because our exodus from the big city is not unique. Millennials are moving out of metropolises and heading to the suburbs and smaller cities at increasing rates.
“When we think about what lies ahead for our industry, we’re not focused on tactics and technologies. The real value in the future of employer brand is strategic and holistic—branding and marketing the entirety of the employment experience.”
As we enter the season of giving, our team thought it would be nice and a little punny to gather our best employer brand tips for you to gobble up!
“I sent out application after application, but nobody hired me.”
Whether it’s goodwill, business news, or a damaging incident, every story has an affect on your brand. In the past, HR has relied on our colleagues in PR to promote the company’s good news and leverage damage control for any of the bad news.