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In today’s competitive job market attracting and retaining top talent is more challenging than ever. As companies compete for the best professional in their industry the concept of employer branding has emerged as a crucial strategy. Employer branding goes way beyond marketing a company’s products or services; It is also about shaping and promoting the company as an attractive place to work. Essentially it is the company’s reputation as an employer.  
 
Let’s explore the importance of employer branding and how it plays a crucial role in securing and retaining top talent. 
 
 
In today's rapidly evolving job market, attracting top talent has become more challenging than ever. The rise of remote work and the virtualisation of the workplace has seen a rise of a new era of recruitment, requiring innovative strategies to lure the best candidates to your organisation.  
 
In this blog, we'll explore the top 10 best practices to help you attract top talent in a virtual world. 
 
In today's rapidly changing world, diversity and inclusion in the workplace isn't just morally crucial; it's also a strategic advantage. 
 
Companies that embrace diversity and create an inclusive workplace culture tend to be more innovative, better at problem-solving, and ultimately more successful. 
 
A key area where this inclusivity can be cultivated is in the recruitment process. So, let’s look at the top 10 strategies for achieving diversity and inclusion in recruitment: 
 
 
In the ever-evolving landscape of recruitment, the search for top talent goes beyond merely attracting candidates—it's about keeping them engaged and invested for the long haul. The modern workforce is seeking more than just a paycheck; they want to align themselves with organisations that resonate with their values and aspirations. We want to help you understand the 10 things that candidates want to know about you as their future employer. 
 
Attracting the best candidates for your job role all begins with writing the finest job advert to promote your vacancy. 
 
You need to consider the following key points. 
• What you want as a company from the job advert. 
• What candidates require from the job advert. 
• How to make your advert stand out from the others. 
 
 
 
 
Employer branding is the process of managing and influencing your reputation as an employer. 
 
It encompasses everything you do to position your organisation as an employer of choice and relates to your Employer Value Proposition – Why would candidates choose to work for your company? 
 
 
 
 
2022 saw a lack of suitable candidates applying for each role and on top of this the withdrawal rate was higher than ever before for a lot of roles being recruited for. How do you deal with this whilst recruiting? 
Three fifths of the workforce work within the SME sector, yet when you look at recruitment providers do you see half of them offering to recruit for the SME market compared to corporate? The truth is recruitment is mainly offered as a one size fits all offering – yet the needs of an SME are very different from the corporate sector. If you are an SME looking to recruit, are you aware of the differences between your roles and those in a more corporate environment and what should you be considering in your recruitment process? 
 
 
SMEs are more likely to have roles that offer a breadth of experience and require a range of skills that need recruiting for. 
 
A job role is more fluid within an SME as often the company is growing quickly, and people and processes need to adapt quickly to the regularly changing environment. Corporate positions often have a more defined structure and career pathway through the company. How is your recruitment provider testing candidates to demonstrate their ability to be flexible and adaptable within a role and willing to take on extra responsibilities? 
 
 

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