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As consumers we have different priorities when making purchasing decisions. For example, when buying a new car we will all consider different elements important (safety, price, large boot, etc.) So when people "buy" a new job from a company their purchasing decisions are equally as unique and personal e.g. the company brand, the salary, the location, culture, etc. Some are more focused on the facilities and technology available.
Essentially, the Employment Value Proposition (EVP) is the compelling reason to join a company. EVP encompasses both Employer and Employee Value Proposition. The key thing is, that the EVP should be ongoing and not just something to be considered at the stage of attraction.
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