An organization's Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is an acknowledged attraction and retention tool – when built purposely, it forms the basis of all of the organization's talent management programs. But the business benefit extends to the delivery of client facing goods and services as well as to client retention. And those aspects can be measured.
In this brief video "thought starter" for a CHRO Forum discussion, Senior Vice President Dan Fries extends the EVP model Sibson uses to look at how those same gears or levers mesh with measurable business outcomes.
See other videos in the CHRO Forum series.
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