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To attract high calibre employees, it is essential to understand the attributes that motivate and inspire candidates to invest their talent in a company.
People are motivated in many different ways, with career advancement and a better work/life balance often topping the list when the reasons for changing jobs or sticking with an employer are weighed up.
An employee value proposition (EVP) is the unique set of benefits which an employee receives in return for the skills, capabilities and experience they bring to a company.
To really understand the scope of a job, it helps to have it defined in writing. During the recruitment process, you have a better chance of attracting top talent if there is a well documented account of the role.
An essential part of the candidate attraction process is ensuring a positive brand experience when potential new employees check you out online.
In many industry sectors, the fight to attract top talent is fierce. Not only is there often a shortage of skilled individuals with the niche expertise required, but candidates are also cautious of moving roles in an uncertain economic climate.
In a tricky economic climate, many good candidates are cautious about changing jobs, while those without employment may be less fussy about the roles on offer. What’s the biggest pull for candidates?