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Creating a Strong Employee Brand to Hire Effectively

In today’s hiring environment in the U.S. in which unemployment is low, companies need to do everything it takes to attract strong candidates and showcase the organization as a place people want to work. To that effect, it’s crucial that employer branding and visibility are top of mind, especially digitally. Here are some major tips you can follow.

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April 2019 Influencer Spotlight: Sandy Ng

We spoke with Sandy Ng, an APAC talent acquisition consultant, who was a presenter at our MRINetwork Regional Meeting in Bangkok. She provided a wealth of insight on how companies can best succeed when they plan to initiate or expand their transformation globally.

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How to Craft a Strong Change Narrative for Your Company

When your company is undergoing major change, it can be a tough transition for everyone. Here are three tips to guide you in crafting your own successful strategic narrative.

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Selling Your Brand Internally

Internal marketing and communications are important because they’re the best ways to help employees make a personal connection to the products and services you sell. Here are a few things companies can do to make sure they are sending the right messages to your team.

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3 Effective Ways to Create a Winning Employer Brand

When it comes to attracting skilled workers, branding can serve as an effective recruitment method. In fact, according to polling from Glassdoor, job candidates are 40 percent more likely to apply for a job when they recognize a brand. This article will show you how to create the kind of winning employer brand that gets noticed. Here are a few tips that can serve as good launching points.

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