The truth is an effective EVP is not just about what you are selling during the hiring process. A well-rounded EVP reflects the true candidate experience (their experience during the interview process) AND the employee experience (what it’s like when they actually start working at your company).
Given the high cost of attracting and hiring employees, it’s critically important for companies to take a hard look at the way they present themselves during the hiring process. Candidates want to look beyond their salary and ensure the role they are taking up is the right fit for them in terms of, for example, CSR, flexibility, work-life balance, teamwork, professional growth, hybrid working solutions, etc.
It is the responsibility of your hiring team to convey the employee experience during the interview process in an authentic and honest way. The candidate thereby gets a position that fits their expectations, and the company gets an employee that will embrace their work environment.
By communicating a client’s Employee Value Proposition, including their rewards, benefits or opportunities such as like work-life balance or professional development, during the initial screening period, PE Global can attract more suitable candidates who are a better company fit for your company. It also helps us to recruit more passive candidates, better resonate with niche candidates and refine our clients’ recruiting