Companies that use an employee value proposition (EVP) effectively are five times more likely to report their employees are highly engaged, and twice as likely to report achieving financial performance significantly above their peers. Source: Towers-Watson
You know why your company is a great place to work, but how do you articulate your company’s employee value proposition to the talent you want to attract and keep? When done right, an EVP can help decrease turnover, increase commitment from new hires, and inspire loyalty and engagement from all your employees.
- Discover and clarify the employee experience that is the essence of your EVP
- Conceptualize and articulate your value proposition through messaging and imagery that reflects your values and aspirations
- Plan and implement a communications rollout strategy and gain alignment and support from key stakeholders
- Bring your value proposition to life and keep it alive