Employee Value Proposition

  • 23 Oct 2013
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Mammel Hall - Room 320 A & B, UNO - 68th & Pine


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Employee Value Proposition


An Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is what an organization expects from their employees and what it provides in return.  An EVP describes the “employment deal” between the employee and organization and is comprised of all of the things employees get from work including compensation, benefits, challenging work, development, work atmosphere and culture.  Companies with purposefully-crafted Employee Value Propositions are more effective at attracting, retaining and motivating employees to drive results.  Understanding an organization’s EVP is important to OD professionals as it is at the intersection of organizational culture, talent, and engagement. 

Joining us are subject matter experts Dee Drozd and Laura Nelson.  Dee Drozd, Consultant for IBM/Kenexa has expertise in employee brand management and EVP and will be sharing her experiences working with national and international organizations.  Laura Nelson, First National Bank Vice President of Human Resources has been leading First National’s initiative to develop and embed an EVP.  Come join us to learn more about EVPs and implications for you and your organization.


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