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Branding builds employee loyaltyOn 6 Mar 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Employerswho can engage staff in their businessgoals are more likely to retain their workforce than firms which offer flexibleworking arrangements, according to research.Theresearch by recruitment agency Korn/Ferry International reveals there is a gapbetween what employees say they want and what motivates them to stay with afirm.Although86 per cent of staff rate work-life balance very important, an analysis ofbehavioural patterns reveals these priorities could be misleading in retainingand motivating staff. The survey shows staff identify more closely with acompany if theybelieve it has a viable andwell-communicated strategy for success. MichaelBekins, chief executive of Korn/Ferry International, urges employers to createa strong, distinct employment brand.He said,“With human capital ever-more essential to sustaining growth and creatingshareholder value, company leaders need to create an employment brand thatattracts the best talent, just as they create a consumer brand that buildscustomer loyalty.”The reportfindings suggest that HR departments are failing to use the intranet toeffectively create an employment brand.HRdepartments view the intranet as a way to reduce costs, rather than a chance tobuild relationships with individual employees, says the report.Theresearch is based on surveys with 4,500 knowledge workers operating acrosssectors in the US, Europe, Asia and Israel.