In today’s modern world, ratings have become ubiquitous in how people make life decisions, from holiday reviews on TripAdvisor to choosing our food on Deliveroo and even rating our taxi trips on Uber. We want to know what our peers think.
This phenomena of checking for ratings before making decisions is rapidly evolving in the working world too, with more people than ever scoping out prospective employees on sites such as Glassdoor and indeed.com.
According to a recent study from the CIPD, 75% of organisations have experienced recruitment difficulties in the last year. At a cost of £11,000 to replace the average employee, and, in an increasingly competitive and turbulent marketplace, it is crucial for businesses to attract top talent but also to retain their best employees.
Business psychologist Piers Bishop of WeThrive and Strategy Director Belinda Gannaway of Fathom XP, will discuss what employers can do to become the employer of choice as well as strategies and insight on how to make it happen.
By listening to this webinar you will:
- Understand why, in uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to effectively engage with existing employees
- Discover the characteristics that employers of choice have in common
- See how to implement an effective employee engagement strategy in order to boost reviews on employer review sites such as Glassdoor and indeed.com
- Hear case studies of businesses who are using employee engagement techniques to ensure they are the employer of choice
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