Does your employer have an Employer Value Proposition (EVP)? If not, then you may be feeling undervalued.
Often, as an employee, your skills, experience and hard work can sometimes be taken for granted; and whether done by accident or intentionally, it can make the sound of your weekday alarm clock difficult to bear.
What is an EVP?
The CIPD defines employer branding as “…a set of attributes and qualities, often intangible, that makes an organisation distinctive, promises a particular kind of employment experience, and appeals to those people who will thrive and perform best in its culture.”
Garry Howling, Managing Director, Public Practice Recruitment Ltd commented: “Finding out the values of a business is an essential part of matching a candidate to an employer. The fit of these values and internal culture is an integral part of both the employer’s and employee’s relationship.”
Finding out how a business treats their employees
It’s very important to understand whether your values and ethos are a good fit with the company that you’re interested in. However, to find out whether a company invests in their employees, it’s better to ask them what their value proposition is. This way, you can find out what their culture is, benefits and methods used to motivate and whether you’d like to work with them.
You may have grown roots in your role, but remember, you are not a tree – you can move.
Public Practice Recruitment Ltd is an established and experienced business that specialises in finding the most suitable candidates within the accountancy field. For more information, you can visit our website, call us on 0333 5777 787 or email@example.com.