As we face 2023, let’s reflect on what Jonathan, the bold and free-spirited gull can teach us, covering all aspects of the values of learning, diversity and inclusion, leadership, purpose, mediocracy, resilience, and more.
For many, the 2022 finishing line could not have come sooner. Generally, people were feeling beyond mentally and physically depleted having had to navigate their way through the post-pandemic year. This is not all doom and gloom though, as it has highlighted, now more than ever that people remain at the front and centre of the companies' success.
Unknown startups need to be quite clear in how they craft, inform and shape their employer brands and value propositions to engage, retain and attract this new generation as they are clear on what they want.
On Friday, 16 September #EBPulsers gathered together to kickstart the FIRST of the exciting Pulse of Marketing & Employer Branding series tailored for Recruiters and TA Specialists. These free sessions are deliberately restricted to only [...]
Within a world of constant change, what's common is the desire for talent to have purpose and impact. Agile SMEs and start-ups have recognised this. Can this not be one of the reasons why they are securing great talent across our global markets.
Joint Webinar hosted by Employer Branding Africa and Employer Branding Brasil Country representatives Caio Infante from Brasil and Celeste Sirin from Africa rallied their clients together to host an enjoyable discussion of what we love [...]
Recent articles, webinars, and ongoing conversations with clients, talent and employer branding specialists, begs the question of how individuals and organisations plan to remain relevant wedged between navigating the uncertainties of the post-pandemic recovery and a threatening global recession.
I had the pleasure of presenting at the HR Works Virtual Job Fair on how critical it has become for Talent Leaders to begin leveraging employer branding and marketing to compete within the global talent [...]
Employer branding is essential to compete for talent in the aftermath of Covid-19. As companies work tirelessly through this post-pandemic recovery period, it is most comforting to read the latest employment research surveys confirming the present and forecast increase in healthy hiring sentiments across various sectors.
Employer Branding Africa is delighted to be participating in HR Works first-of-its-kind Job Fair, focused on offering Recruiters and Employers opportunities to build their employer brand, source HR talent and build their HR talent pipeline. [...]
Retail Group Botswana (Famous Brands), recognizes employer branding as an essential ingredient in attracting and retaining talent. Employer Branding Africa had the pleasure of partnering with Retail Group Botswana (Famous Brands) to assist them in [...]