Your employer brand in its most purest form is your reputation as a place to work.


Whether you are gunning for world domination or you need to attract the right calibre of candidates - your employer brand does the talking for you.


In fact, your company's reputation matters more today than ever.

86% of workers would not apply for, or continue to work for, a company that has a bad reputation with former employees, or the general public.



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Lower absenteeism 


You don't pick talent.

Talent picks you.



If a candidate does not like what they see online about a potential employer - they will not even apply. Even if they are currently unemployed


So what are they looking for?

  • Positive culture

  • Opportunities for growth

  • Learn & develop

  • Benefits & perks

  • Work/life balance

This list in not exhaustive, we're merely scratching the surface.

But, potential employees would take these points over a higher salary.

What do prospective employees look for in a company?

We could give you a very easy bullet point list to work through,

but this isn't 2006.


It starts with your story.

Where do we start?

Where do we start?


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