Whitepaper: The effect of a strong Employee Value Proposition download PDF
How do you ensure that talent chooses you and that employees stay with you?
Because in the current labor market, attracting and retaining employees is an increasing challenge for most organizations. And it will remain so for years to come.
Webinar: Your brand as an energy source for distinctive employership
This webinar was part of the Werf& webinar week (link)
Whitepaper: The importance of a strong Employee Value Proposition
An EVP goes deeper than listing a number of functional elements, such as salary and benefits. It is about valuable work, is based on your brand positioning and is made up of people-oriented elements that are closely related.
We made 2 specials: (1) Care special and (2) IT special. They largely overlap, but the cases differ. The content is certainly also interesting for other industries.
Video: The Employee Value Proposition in 3 minutes
The Employee Value Proposition (EVP): What is it, and what can you do with it? Winnie Nijhoff explains our vision on this in 3 minutes.
Interview: “We want to get unused workforce on the move”
"In order to compensate for the care shortage, we will have to organize home care differently, in such a way that home care can be easily combined with a family or education. And we did that with Blinkers"
Lisette van Elst speaks with René Baljon, director of the home care organization Blinkers. About the labor shortage in healthcare and the way in which they have successfully developed the Blinkers Employer brand.
Podcast: The brand as a magnet in the tight labor market
It's more important than ever to think about your brand as an employer. And that's exactly what we're talking about in this podcast.
Bette Bakker and Peter van der Schouw speak with Esmee Maton, recruitment marketer at Royal HaskoningDHV.