Employer Branding

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EMPLOYER BRANDING: AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH Introduction Headlines like RINL(Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited ) Personnel department gets ISO 9000 for its excellent services in Human resources, , Standard charted bank employees to have5 days week, ICICI plans to recruit 30,000 employees in coming year , Accenture on course to hit 35,000 headcount in India or launching of a completely a new Brand strategy .TCL a china based electronic company termed " Creative life "for global market or Infosys to open BPO unit in Mexico , or that of Wipro’s in Egypt or the UB group acquiring Shaw Wallace.. these statement as news of daily magazine or topic of discussion create what is known as Brand image or the "Trust mark "or as defined by Minchington…show more content…
Gallup estimates that the lower productivity of actively disengaged workers penalizes Singapore 's economic performance, costing between $4.9 and $6.7 billion annually. Employer branding has become more critical in today’s times, as most professionals are looking at a stable career and establishing a long-term relationship with the company. D K Srivastava, the vice president of HR at HCL Comnet says, “It is said that an unsatisfied customer tells ten people about his experience while an unsatisfied employee tells a hundred. Employer branding reflects the work culture in an organization. Therefore, it is of much significance. Through right branding, the company can recruit the best talent and reinforce its positioning amongst its employees.” A survey conducted by Hewitt Associates reveals that more companies are now focusing on employer branding to “attract employees” and keep them engaged. There is a direct correlation between an effective employer brand and achieving business success. It helps in retaining current employees, increasing employee satisfaction, attracting job candidates, and motivating employees in their work, which leads to excellent business gains. The purpose is to use the internal brand as the seedbed for aligning their people programmes to deliver significantly improved business results. This is evident from some of the recent initiatives taken by organizations to make the workplace more employer-friendly and implement
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