Reading Time: 9 minutes Employee story content is the best recruitment marketing content, period, and should be part of your always-on recruitment marketing content strategy. Stories from team members are not a once-in-a-while project, or idea for an individual campaign. They’re not a “nice to have” within your culture
Reading Time: 6 minutes Stories Incorporated helped capture stories and create content for attracting athletes to work at Intel. Intel is one of the world’s biggest and best innovators, often looked to as a major thought leader in business – not just semiconductors. Since 1968, Intel has been changing
Reading Time: 7 minutes If your company is working on an employer brand update or new EVP, your recruitment marketing efforts can’t be on pause. Get employee stories for content now. They’ll serve your employer brand later, too. The future of work — distributed teams, hybrid work, a focus
Reading Time: 5 minutes New 2022 data shows that company culture content featuring employee stories is outperforming job content with candidates by a mile. Yes, your company culture video is experiencing a renaissance. Here’s why. The reliable “company culture video” is an important cornerstone of your recruitment marketing content
Reading Time: 11 minutes Innovating in the face of a pandemic and developing employee stories content virtually: the Philips case study from Stories Incorporated. Philips is a global leader in health technology. 130-years ago, the company’s first products were light bulbs, then expanded to consumer technologies. Today, Philips focuses
Reading Time: 4 minutes In our Dell Technologies case study, we share Stories Inc.’s work to capture culture reflecting the employee experience both globally and regionally. Dell Technologies is a global technology company with over 150,000 employees across 180 locations. Although Dell started with computers, it didn’t stop there.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Interactions is the world’s largest independent artificial intelligence (AI) company. Their technology enables customers to communicate easily with brands—without feeling like you are talking to a machine. Interactions’ market position in a rapidly expanding industry sent them into hyper-growth mode. As they scale, they faced