The Employer Brand: Bringing the Best of Brand Management to People at Work

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Wiley, Dec 13, 2005 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
Levels of 'employer brand awareness' are rising fast across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific, as leading companies realise that skilled, motivated employees are as vital to their commercial success as profitable customers and apply the principles of branding to their own organization. Starting with a review of the pressures which have generated current interest in employer branding, this definitive book goes on to look at the historical roots of brand management and the practical steps necessary to achieve employer brand management success - including the business case, research, positioning, implementation, management and measurement. Case studies of big-name employer brand stories include Tesco, Wal-Mart, British Airways and Pr?t a Manger.

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About the author (2005)

Simon Barrow and Richard Mosley are colleagues in the London based management consultancy People in Business, whose work with senior managers to improve their organisation’s performance is driven by the thinking in this book.
Simon Barrow was a brand manager at Best Foods (now Unilever) and Colgate-Palmolive before becoming CEO of an advertising agency within the Charles Barker Group, where his growing involvement with HR sparked his creation of the Employer Brand concept and subsequent research with London Business School.
Richard Mosley has been involved in brand strategy development and implementation for nearly twenty years, including eight years with WPP’s marketing consultancy Added Value where he led the internal marketing practice.
Both authors share a belief in the need for marketing and HR to work together more effectively, especially in businesses which rely on people to deliver the customer brand experience.
People in Business’s recent clients include BP, British Airways, Hiscox, John Lewis, Man Investments and Unilever.

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