Develop an accurate, aligned, and aspirational EVP to reinforce your talent management strategy and differentiate yourself from key competitors.
Failing to own your employee value proposition (EVP) and employer brand presents several dangers:
A poor market reputation.
Limited attraction of top talent.
Increased organizational costs.
A disengaged workforce.
An accurate and engaging EVP and employer brand will help:
Increase retention and lower turnover costs.
Increase the alignment of HR with the business.
Increase recruiting efficiency and lower recruitment costs.
Create a better fit between candidates, the position, and the organization.
Increase employee engagement, which positively affects the organization’s bottom line.
Recruit top talent.
Promote brand ambassadors inside and outside of the organization.
Support the overall talent management strategy.
Module 1: Develop a Strong EVP to Attract Top Talent
Collect data from key stakeholders to accurately describe the employee experience.
Develop an accurate and engaging EVP.
Key Benefits Achieved
Project goals, success measures, and timeline established.
Unique features of the employee experience identified.
EVP is accurate and reflective of the employee experience.
Establish project goals and success measures for your EVP and employer brand.
Defined project goals and metrics
Create a timeline and key milestones for your EVP and employer brand project.
Defined timeline and stakeholder involvement
Facilitate a discussion with executives to capture their perceptions of the EVP.
Drafted EVP statement based on executive perceptions
Conduct cross-functional focus groups to gather additional data from employees.
Documented employee reactions to the EVP draft statement
Review the data collected from executives, the engagement survey, focus groups, and interviews.
Reviewed the data collected to revise the overarching EVP statement
Create your EVP positioning statement.
Revised the EVP positioning statement
Conduct a competitor analysis to determine where your EVP’s competitive advantage is.
Completed a competitor analysis
Module 2: Road-Test and Launch the EVP
Validate the EVP with internal and external audiences.
Align HR policies and practices internally with the EVP.
Develop a targeted marketing plan to promote the EVP internally and externally.
Key Benefits Achieved
The EVP is validated with internal and external focus groups.
The EVP is consistent and aligned to HR policies and programs.
Internal and external marketing & communication strategies defined.
Validate your EVP statements using your internal focus group from the previous step.
Validated internal EVP criteria
Validate your EVP statements using external participants.
Validated external EVP criteria and finalized the EVP statement
Evaluate the alignment of your current HR policies and programs with the finalized EVP.
Evaluated internal alignment with the final EVP
Develop a prioritized remediation plan to address the identified inconsistencies.
Created a remediation plan to address inconsistencies
Map out your marketing timeline to promote success and increase your return on investment.
Created a marketing timeline
Revisit your internal marketing strategies to ensure there is active employee involvement.
Finalized the desired internal marketing strategies
Revisit your external marketing strategies to ensure you are differentiating yourself from competitors.
Finalized the desired external marketing strategies
Brainstorm communication messages and tactics.
Crafted the communication messages
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