Gartner recently asked 410 CEOs and senior executives to rank their 2014 priorities. The top priority, “by far,” was growth. Hiring and retaining top talent are key to meeting growth objectives.
To do both, a company must establish a strong talent brand (aka, how external prospects perceive the company as an employer). Why? Because 56 percent of professionals say a company’s talent brand most influences whether or not they accept a job offer, and strong talent brands have been proven to reduce turnover by up to 28 percent.
That’s great news for North America’s Most InDemand Employers — aka, our annual rankings of the 50 companies our more than 109 million American and Canadian members most want to work for. We unveiled the rankings today at our InDemand 2014 event in New York. Here are the top 10
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