The employee on boarding process is a complex one and seldom one may spot candidates to be dropping out of the hiring process because of the lack of value they find in it for themselves. They tend to ask themselves “what’s in it for me?” this tendency is referred to as the employee value proposition which is the key to the development of the employer brand. To strengthen this aspect one needs to go above and beyond the conventional thoughts and help in identifying the employee value proposition EVP. This will help uncover those characteristics in a work environment that attract the right talent for the organization.
As times have changed, the work force has evolved and candidates have shown more interest to working with organizations that offer more than just a high salary or work incentives. They look out for purpose and contribution, their growth potential with the association, a better culture fit and other optimum characteristics that appear more fulfilling to the candidates.
According to expert opinions many business tend to miss the mark when they do not have a fully developed EVP. The lack of the presence of a solid EVP can lead the organization to struggle to help connect the candidates to a position, as such, it is essential to identify areas of improvement within the organization and offering the best possible and suitable solution. The need of the hour is to proceed proactively and strike a connection between the candidates and the organization.
In any case, if an organization goes through major alterations in processes or the manner in which it approaches a situation, it can be followed with a little pushback from the managers and the other senior positions dealing with the bottom line, however working in cooperation ay help change the mindset eventually and eliminate pushbacks in the distant future.