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‘Employer of Choice’ Definition

What does it mean to be an employer of choice? By definition, what makes a company an employer of choice is its ability to attract and retain the best candidates with a desirable company culture, leadership style, and employee engagement. It isn’t all about salary and terms. To be an employer of choice, there are many facets of HR that you need to consider and continually strive to improve.

What do candidates really think of your organisation, and why should you care?

The Glassdoor Informed Candidate Survey (August 2017) provides us with some excellent data to back up why it’s essential that organisations amp up their employer brand, talent management strategy, and recruitment process if they want to win the race for top talent.

Barriers to Recruiting Quality Candidates

Organisations experience barriers and challenges when…

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