You already know that inclusion initiatives are great, a vital part of any company’s strategy for success. But to make “inclusion” more than a buzzword, you need active intention.
There is a universal economic loss to B.S. And there is a universal benefit to truth. We can communicate what’s true for you.
It’s always time to focus on employer branding, because you always have an employer brand. Even–especially–when you can’t currently afford to grow.
We’ve got years of experience talking to dozens of companies and hundreds of candidates. And we’re convinced there really is a best way to get started with employer branding.
Hint: Your consumer brand and your employer brand share an important purpose.
Employer branding is not one-size-fits-all. That’s why Job Portraits offers targeted solutions for companies at different stages.
We succeed by implementing a very specific set of best practices and standards. This is what they are.
Recruiters benefit from employer branding. Specifically, recruiters benefit from a deliberately crafted, consistently maintained content ecosystem that is a vital component of employer branding strategy.
If you’re beginning to realize you definitely need an employer brand but you’re not exactly sure what you need to do, this list is for you.
Acquiring talent is an art unto itself. Give your recruiters what they need to succeed.
If you care about the reputation of your company, you need to care about candidate experience during the recruiting and hiring process. Here’s how you can make it better.