The Cost of a Bad Reputation 2016

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The impacts of corporate reputation on talent acquisition, October 2016

Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine, in conjunction with Cielo, announced the findings of the publication’s annual corporate reputation survey. The findings showed that the youngest workers are the least concerned with reputation and that on average, candidates would require a pay increase of 61 percent to leave their current employer and take a job with a company with a bad reputation.  For more results that impact your organization, download the full report here.

Posted October 18, 2016 in Research & Best Practices