Tag: employer brand

Representation matters, not only in media, but for organizations too. It's important for others to see the diversity that your company values.

Representation Matters: Using HR Metrics To Measure Diversity In Key Roles

Representation Matters: Using HR Metrics To Measure Diversity In Key Roles

We all know the value of diversity. It cultivates an environment for innovation, creativity, and unique problem-solving. Not to mention diverse companies also produce 19% more in revenue, according to a BCG study.  This includes diversity in the more visible differences like race, ethnicity, and gender. But also having diversity in backgrounds like education, experiences, […]

Measuring Your Employer Brand with HR Metrics

Measuring Your Employer Brand with HR Metrics

Your brand is worth everything. So is the company’s. If you ask someone what it’s like to work at your organization, his answer is how he perceives your employer brand. For instance, most people will have an opinion of what it’s like to work at a tech giant like Google or Facebook. Even though the […]

Recruitment vs Talent Acquisition: What’s the Difference?

Recruitment vs Talent Acquisition: What’s the Difference?

Words mean a lot and purposeful branding is important. Even the term “human resources” is evolving into more people-centric names. Titles are now using “people” or “talent” versus “human”. It’s a little ironic… we have to move away from the word “human” to make HR functions feel more human. Depending on your talent management strategies, […]

Celebrating Black History Month with ERGs

Celebrating Black History Month with ERGs

Employee resource groups (ERGs) have become a standard at larger corporations that value and promote diversity and inclusion. ERGs are voluntary, employee-led groups made up of a specific group of individuals that have shared interests, backgrounds, or demographics. Most commonly, ERGs are formed around a group’s gender identity or race/ethnicity. The intent is for the […]

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