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Think your employer branding is good? You should see the FBI’s – June 2018

Think your employer branding is good? You should see the FBI’s – June 2018

This month at Stories Inc: 

We welcomed two more interns to the team – Chris Chandler for Sales and Brittany Osteen for Marketing. We also hosted our semi-annual company offsite, which included a huge lunch at Cheesecake Factory (see above!) and transparent leadership from Stories Inc. founders Lauryn and Scott.

Bonus content: Miss EBrandCon 2018? We’ve got the recap here on the blog for you! 

Lauryn will be presenting at SHRM 2018next week with Chloe Rada of Sodexo on our extensive content partnership with them: “How Sodexo Repurposed Stories for Employer Branding Content” Check out our work with Sodexo here. 

Check out what articles we’ve loved and are reading lately:

THINK YOU’RE NOT FBI AGENT MATERIAL? THE FBI DISAGREES.

The FBI is rolling out an employer branding campaign called #UnexpectedAgent. The agency is hiring and they’re looking to recruit candidates who would never consider the FBI but could bring useful – unexpected – skills to the team.

WINNING THE TALENT WAR: HOW INNOVATION ATTRACTS AND RETAINS EMPLOYEES

Five tips on how companies can change perceptions, attract talent of all ages and backgrounds, and set themselves on the right course to innovate and thrive as the job market becomes more and more competitive.

WALMART HAS A NEW EMPLOYER BRAND — AND AN OFFER TO PAY FOR COLLEGE

Walmart rolled out its FIRST employer branding campaign ever this month, and is offering to pay for employees who want to attend college, as long as the employee pays $1 a day. The goal? Walmart hopes to improve employee retention, morale, engagement and customer service.

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