Collections | Showcasing Company Culture

Curated by Sophie Hopley, an employer branding and recruitment marketing expert at JobHoller





About this collection

Is your company truly unique and a cut above the rest but you’re struggling to get the message out? This collection is created by employer branding experts, to create a buzz around their company culture and bring your company values to attention, including how it can be used as an outstanding recruiting tool.

Why you should use your Company Culture as a Recruiting Tool

Why you should use your Company Culture as a Recruiting Tool
17/1/2019

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The term company culture is often banded around in the world of recruitment. Many of us associate this term with the likes of your “Google’s” or quirky digital agencies with office dogs and ping pong tables, but the fact is every company has a culture. The culture you have is something pre-existing, it’s not necessarily something that employees bring, but more of an environment that employees mould to. Seeing as every company has its own unique culture, it comes as a shock that so many are still not showcasing this to attract new employees! We examine the benefits of showcasing your company culture, how you can do this and companies that are nailing it already!

Dogs And Table Tennis – The Key To Employee Happiness?

Dogs And Table Tennis – The Key To Employee Happiness?
17/1/2019

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There are plenty of things that contribute to Employee Happiness – Dogs and Table Tennis Tournaments are just a couple of them! No we haven’t lost the plot, we’ve just taken a look into a few things that can help transform your office mood from crappy to happy!

How To Fix Your Poor Glassdoor Rating In 6 Steps

How To Fix Your Poor Glassdoor Rating In 6 Steps
17/1/2019

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Online reviews are increasingly driving a number of industries to become more honest and transparent about who they are, and even change their practices to suit the demands of their customers. Booking a holiday? Head to TripAdvisor! Thinking of buying a new vacuum cleaner? Head to Which and check out the reviews of hundreds of models! It seems even the smallest of “buying decisions” comes with an online review, so it’s no surprise that candidates considering a career move are taking the time to research potential employers before they apply.

The site they are heading to most? Glassdoor: The online site that hosts millions of global company reviews, CEO ratings and salary reports. The average Glassdoor Company rating is 3.4/5, which is made up of a combination of excellent employers such as Google (4.5 rating) and Facebook (4.4 rating) alongside companies who have a heavy stream of dreadful employee reviews. Even the best employers fall victim of the occasional “toxic employee” who chooses to vent their frustrations on the platform, so whether you are combatting a stream of complaints or simply want to work your way to Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list then here are 6 steps to help you get there! ​

​Curated by employer branding experts
JobHoller are an award-winning employer brand agency of marketing and recruitment experts who use their extensive knowledge to help businesses solve their talent attraction, engagement and retention challenges by harnessing their employer brand.

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