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How To Attract The Talent Your Company Needs

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Creating an EVP that Attracts the Right Candidates

Want to know how to attract the best candidates for your business?  

It's all about showcasing what you can offer beyond just a good salary.  Today's professionals are looking for companies that value things like flexibility, development opportunities, and a great company culture.
So, what's the secret? 
It's called your EVP, or Employee Value Proposition.  This is the unique benefits and perks your company offers in exchange for your employees' time and skills.  And guess what? Companies with a killer EVP can boost new hire commitment by 30% and reduce turnover by up to 70%!
  • To create a compelling EVP, start by understanding your ideal employees. What do they value in terms of work-life balance, company culture, benefits, and development opportunities? Tailor your EVP to meet their needs and stand out from the competition.
  • Take a look at your current EVP. What are you already offering your employees in terms of compensation, career development, work environment, and company culture? Get feedback from your team and potential candidates to fine-tune your messaging.
  • Next, define the core elements of your EVP, such as salary ranges, benefits, company culture, development opportunities, and work environment. Craft a clear EVP statement that highlights these values and benefits.
  • Now, it's time to promote your EVP! Spread the word through newsletters, blogs, social media, and job descriptions. Make sure your recruitment agency is on board to help match candidates with the benefits you offer.
And remember, keep evolving your EVP to stay competitive and attract top talent. By staying tuned in to what employees want, you'll continue to be a magnet for great candidates. Good luck!