What Is Employee Value Proposition Fully Support An Organization 's Mission?

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Abstract Can an employee value proposition fully support an organization’s mission? Yes. an organization’s employee value proposition is not only a critical component in obtaining employee’s with the necessary skills but also allows the organization to support its overall mission and strategy. However, an employee value proposition may not on its own support an organization. It also requires the full endorsement of an organization’s leaders to ensure that the EVP is fully implemented and working effectively. This paper will 1) discuss my organization’s EVP to recruit and retain talent and its impact, 2) describe additional initiatives my organization can employee to enhance the employee’s experience, and 3) outline any measurements my organization employs and other methods it can implement to effectively measure its return on investment in these programs. I currently work at Pepperdine University (University) which is a private Christian University. Its mission is to commit to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values while preparing students for lives of purpose, service, and leadership (http://www.pepperdine.edu). The University cannot accomplish its mission without having dedicated and caring employees. Although the University does not have a formal EVP, my objectives are to discuss how the University’s programs define an informal EVP and enhance the employees experience to support the University’s overall strategy in education,

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