RBL Institute Mini Forum - May 2008
Imagine this: You are the Chief HR Officer of a Fortune 500 company and every morning, every single one of your 100,000+ employees wakes saying, “I absolutely love my job. I’m going to get in to work and give my company everything I’ve got to add value for our stakeholders!”
An impossible dream? Perhaps a bit exaggerated, but in the daily battle to add value for multiple stakeholders, companies are increasingly acknowledging the importance of creating and embedding an integrated, simple, and strategically-aligned employee value proposition. Whether faced with mergers and acquisitions, downsizing in a tough economic environment, or simply working to ensure employees are engaged and dedicating high levels of discretionary effort, a solid EVP can have an immense impact if leaders can make it real.