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Elevate Your Employer Brand to Attract and Retain Talents | by GPTW Philippines’ MP Antoniette Mendoza-Talosig

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For a meaningful and insightful experience, watch this webinar with the slides used. Download a copy of the slides here.

How do you create a strong employer brand?

Our MP Antoniette Mendoza-Talosig shares her experience as the Managing Partner of the global authority in workplace culture, here in the Philippines, in this webinar hosted by Philippine Retailers Association entitled “Elevate Your Employer Brand to Attract and Retain Talents”.

Join her as a panellist together with Dr. Alex Salud, Head of Human Resources for Primer Group of Companies and moderated by Cesar Jose Jesena, Division Head- Tenant Management of Shangri-La Plaza Corporation.

Watch the full recording of this video as she shares replicable steps and best practices from our Great Place to Work-Certified™ Companies and Philippines Best Workplaces™ List-makers, on how they create an authentic employer brand that is reflective of their workplace culture, outlining it in 6 practical steps that any company, no matter the size, can surely follow.

Plus a very insightful Q&A portion, with participants asking questions that remains relevant to the Philippine landscape to this day.

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