This is the first Talking Talent episode in a two-part conversation about employer value propositions and employer branding.
As employers face increasing competition for the best talent, a well-defined employer value proposition (EVP) and employer brand strategy have become more important than ever. In a candidate-driven market, employers need to stand out to their target talent audiences through a unified EVP and employer brand. High-quality candidates know what they want out of a future employer, and organisations that don’t effectively show their value to candidates risk losing them to the competition.
To talk about this, joining us is Simon Wright, Managing Partner of Talent Advisory here at PeopleScout.
With more than 20 years of experience in RPO and talent management consulting, Simon brings a global perspective to talent acquisition and engagement—having spent time living and working across the EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions.
As Managing Partner for our Talent Advisory practice, Simon is a trusted advisor to HR and talent leaders. Operating at a strategic level, Simon has a proven track record of building and driving creative and innovative strategic talent programs that positively impact business performance.
Simon leads an industry-leading (and award-winning) multi-disciplinary team of subject matter experts across the talent lifecycle – including employer brand and EVP, assessment and development, and diversity and inclusion – who deliver impressive outcomes for clients across a range of industries and sectors.
In this episode, Simon makes the business case for investing in EVP and employer brand development. He explains what makes a strong EVP and what steps you need to take to build one at your organisation. Simon also walks us through an EVP and employer branding platform built by his team for Linklaters, a global law firm, sharing the background and the impact it made for the organisation.