We all know the ‘our people are our biggest asset’ line. Thing is, we also all know it’s true. Getting the best talent to apply, join, enjoy, engage and remain with your business at every level is crucial. Here at Chatter, we talk about that sort of thing a lot.
We know how the big agencies work – that’s why we don’t work with them anymore. So here’s our ‘does what it says on the tin’, really simple but really effective way of working – you’ll see why we’ve called it the 3D Approach: it was time to get off to the pub.*
Because we’ve been round the people communications block a few times, we can get to grips with what you need us to do, fast. We’ll review anything you want us to – employer brand values and their execution; business plans and objectives; your employer value proposition (EVP) to potential candidates; external perceptions of your business as an employer; internal communications channels. We’ll sit down, have a good old natter then work with you to decide what’s next.
OK, so we’ve defined the strategy, now we need a plan – all that stuff that’s got to be done to bring your strategy to life. And we can do anything. How about a social media strategy? Or an annual candidate attraction strategy? Or a spruce up of your employee referral programme (ERP)? We’ll develop the strategies you need to achieve results, not what we need to sell you to achieve a nice bonus. (Did we mention we used to work for the big agencies?)
Then the fun begins with the folk here at Chatter and our trusty, talented associates The Flock working seamlessly together to make it all happen for you. And…that’s it!
RIP Woolworths, but at Chatter we like to be flexible so you only pick what you need us for. Perhaps you fancy a bit of support to develop your thinking – then you can carry on and deliver your project in-house or through your existing recruitment/HR communications agency. Or maybe you’d like us to handle a project end-to-end. Whatever, with our 3D approach we can tell how well things went and let you know your ROI.
*contrary to popular belief amongst our peers, yes we did spend time and energy in naming our approach 3D. But, to be fair, it was coming up to last orders…