May 18, 2021

What Is Employer Brand and How You Can Get Started

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Hirewell partner James Hornick talks with Kylie Denk, Employer Brand Team Lead at Relativity. Employer Brand is a quickly growing field that is so new that it isn’t always well understood, but nonetheless has helped many organizations scale their hiring rapidly.

Kylie discusses what goes into building an Employer Brand function, what aspects make up Relativity’s strategy and what smaller companies can do to get started.

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