Use data-driven insights to create a custom benefits blueprint that resonates with top talent
We all know that a strong employee value proposition (EVP) attracts high-value talent but to be truly competitive, you need a deeper understanding of what makes a strong EVP – and that means more than offering a competitive salary.
In this free whitepaper published by HRD in partnership with Reward Gateway, we break down the essentials of a strong EVP. Using data-driven insights, you’ll discover what qualities are important so you can create a custom benefits blueprint that resonates with top talent.
Put simply, the EVP answers the questions: “Why do people work here?” and “What’s special about your company?”
Download the full free whitepaper here: 6 ideas to build a future-proof employee value proposition
You might be surprised to find that the most important thing to a prospective employee isn’t necessarily salary. There are many pieces that round out a complete EVP and that’s especially true in this post-pandemic world where the employer-employee relationship has dramatically shifted.
HR leaders of the future realise that the EVP must change from “We want to keep you here” to “We want to keep you inspired and supported here.”
Depending on where your business priorities are, this could mean a big shift or small changes to enhance what’s already working well for you.
Download the whitepaper now and learn how an effective EVP can help you:
- Meet the expectations of high-quality job applicants
- Create a rewards program to retain top-tier workers
- Offer benefits that promote hard work and motivation
- Create a benefits program that evolves with time and developing industries – and so much more
If you’d like to find out how to evolve your EVP to attract and retain top talent in this ultra-competitive business landscape? Download the full free whitepaper here: 6 ideas to build a future-proof employee value proposition