Your first guess might be that the most important thing to a prospective employee is salary. But the reality is that there are many other pieces that round out a complete Employee Value Proposition, and salary is only one of them.
That’s especially true in today’s ever-changing world, where the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically shifted the employee-employer relationship.
Put simply, an Employee Value Proposition (EVP) answers the questions: ‘Why do people work here?’ and ‘What’s special about your company?’ An EVP combines every aspect of the employee experience, from salary to the wellbeing allowance offered to the weekly leadership blog.
While there are countless ways to build your EVP, the organisations that will thrive in the future are paying close attention to some core ways to evolve.
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