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In honor of the bookworms on our team, the new employer brand pros, and the World Book Day holiday, here is our 2021 list of book recommendations.
Knowing how to redefine your organization’s employee experience means going straight to the source: your employees.
DEI shouldn’t sit in a silo. As we are seeing now more than ever, organizations are being held accountable, and consumers and employees are looking for action.
We were thrilled to interview Brandon about his journey and hear his thoughts on the intersection of employer brand and marketing.
When you work in marketing, it’s hard not to marvel at the sheer amount of data collected on customers. If you do market research right, you know everything about your target customer from their buying patterns to their personal lives to their political persuasions.In human resources and talent func
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
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 b
There it is, staring back at you: the company career site that hasn’t had any love since it launched. In 2007. That was 10 years ago. And a lot has changed since then. There you are: itching to tear it down, build it up, and take your career site experience to the next level.Before you jump to photo
As part of my morning routine, I was sifting through emails on my iPhone today when I came across an email from Gap Inc. with the subject line, “Gap is doing more…” I normally delete these sorts of promotional emails, but this subject line was catchy enough to get me to click through. I assumed it w