Company culture “FIT”, company culture “ADD”, aspirations & real values
Business leaders came up with the idea of “office culture” back in the 80s, in an attempt to treat employees more like human beings and less like machines completing daily tasks. Step by step, organizations started noticing that people stayed longer when treated well. Productivity skyrocketed because office culture gave employees a feeling of belonging, and hiring people for culture fit became the norm in the years to come.
The Inside Scoop: Here’s what happened at the 2nd EB Tech meet-up
We recently ended our 2nd monthly meet-up and we’re more than happy to share with you what we’ve discussed, debated, and learned on two very interesting topics: learning and development (L&D) and eNPS (employee net promoter score), and how they relate to employer branding
Why does it matter to have a story? Although you abide by certain company values, it’s your story that makes people want to come work for you. Not everyone jumps in for the perks. Digital storytelling has revamped the identity of many organizations across different industries along with the way that identity is portrayed to others.
Why your employer branding and recruitment strategies don’t work anymore (and what you can do about it)
The problem with headhunting and why it doesn't work anymore is that everyone's doing it - to the SAME potential candidates (poor them!). So imagine you were a senior Java developer and you'd get around 10 LinkedIn messages per day, all trying to convince you to give them 30 minutes of your time so they can explain what a great job opportunity theirs is. Would you still read them after day 3? I would stop after day 1, honestly. This feels like stalking.