Employer brand moves up talent agenda, says Randstad Sourceright report

Employer brand has become significantly more important for talent and HR professionals, according to Talent Trends Report 2016, a new study by global talent solutions provider Randstad Sourceright.

Wed, 6 Apr 2016

Employer brand has become significantly more important for talent and HR professionals, according to Talent Trends Report 2016, a new study by global talent solutions provider Randstad Sourceright.

Based on feedback from nearly 400 talent, HR and business leaders around the world, the report found that 82% are...

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