Your guide to creating a world-class Employee Value Proposition

By Robert Hicks


Ah, the “EVP.” Better known as the Employee Value Proposition, it encompasses all the parts of the employee experience that make your organisation unique. Your EVP helps you stand out from the competition and defines what makes your organisation a desirable place to work. A constantly evolving EVP also keeps your best people where you want them: Right beside you in your organisation.

There are so many ways to boost your EVP, you may be wondering where to start — is it salary, is it benefits, is it something else? We’re here to help you sort through the options. If, like many, an annual pay rise isn’t something your business can afford, there are plenty of budget friendly initiatives to put in place to improve your EVP, and bring in and retain the best talent. Introduction This is especially important in tricky financial market conditions, where employers must put their best foot forward to provide a top employee experience for their people outside of their standard salary.

There are several ways to improve your EVP to make it one that fits your staff, your values and your budget. In this eBook, you’ll learn:

  • The ins and outs of what an EVP is.
  • How a strong EVP can help you to attract, engage and retain the best talent.
  • How to link your EVP to your company culture and overall engagement strategy.
  • Engaging benefits that can help you stand out as a great place to work.
  • Real-life stories of how organisations have revolutionised their own EVPs.

No matter what your budget is, there are steps you can take today to help improve your EVP. Similar to snowflakes, no two EVPs look the same.

Click here to download the eBook and inspire your own EVP at your organisation, helping you to align your business goals with your people to stand out as an attractive place to work. Done correctly, you’ll also wind up being the company where everyone wants to stay, too.