Employer Value Proposition
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Also known as an EVP, it is the portfolio of rewards, support, recognition, values and culture that employers provide which includes practical benefits such as compensation, learning, growth and development opportunities.
To put it simply, EVP involves just about everything that a company does for all its employees, and it pays off when workers display higher levels of trust and loyalty, increased productivity, and lower levels of attrition. The basic focus of an EVP is the people, and the basic tenets of framing the proposition will always remain people-centric.