The economy keeps heating up, and so is the war for talent. In today’s competitive environment, great people have a tremendous range of choice, and candidates have a great deal of power in the hiring process. Indeed, a number of observers have gone so far as to say, “The war for talent is over—and talent won.” All of this means that companies need to bring more tools to bear in the effort to attract, hire and retain the people they need and that is bringing the employee value proposition (EVP) to the fore.
The EVP was the focus of a recent roundtable discussion where CEOs and HR executives explored why an EVP is important, how to create an effective EVP and how to make the EVP “come alive” in the organization. In a free Chief Executive white paper, “Shaping the Employment Deal,” get the key insights and actionable information shared during this roundtable that will help companies succeed in today’s competitive talent market.