employer branding workshop

Candidates don’t know you exist, and you can’t get them to reply to your emails. Let us help you solve these problems with a personalized 1-day workshop.

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"You had me at 'rockstar wanted.'" –No talented person ever

What you get

Your team will walk away from the workshop with 5 key assets:

1. An audit of your current employer brand and a list of quick-fix action items

2. Case studies and best practices for startup employer branding

3.  Key candidate messaging (light-weight Employer Value Propositions)

4. A list of  suggested stories to scale your conversations and save your recruiting team time

5. Short-, medium-, and long-term action items to kickstart then sustain your hiring efforts

We’ll ALso send you home with

A tactical playbook
Step-by-step guidance on everything from writing technical job descriptions to taking solid photos with a phone.

Two hours of consulting
We’ll follow up after the workshop to answer new questions and help you get additional team members excited about employer branding.

The impact of employer branding

By giving candidates the information they want–when and where they want it–you'll save time and money. Straight up.

Meet your instructors: Miki and Jackson, Job Portraits cofounders

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Our cozy live/work space

Next Steps

Contact us right meow to schedule your workshop.

"I took the job because they had a ping pong table on their website." –No talented person ever

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The price
- $7,000
- Bring up to six team members
- Lunch and beverages provided

Who should attend
- Talent leaders and recruiters
- Founders and hiring managers
- Brand, marketing, and comms leads

The location
- Our cozy office in the Mission
- Near the Caesar Chavez exit off the 101
- 15m drive from SoMa; 35m from Palo Alto
- 20m walk from 24th St. BART


About Job Portraits

We’ve helped 80+ startups use candidate-focused branding and marketing to hire great people faster and hold onto them longer. You might know this as “employer branding.”