Brainfood Live On Air, Ep29 - Future Proof Your Employer Brand w/ Bill Boorman and Bryan Chaney
The Recruiting Brainfood Podcast
The Future of Employer Branding is the topic of this week's Brainfood Live. And we have invoked the help of an incredible trio guests to help us talk through challenges of Future EB. Learn from recruitment luminaries like: Bryan Chaney, Director of Global Employer Brand at Indeed James Ellis, Director of Employer Brand at Universum Bill Boorman, Recruiting legend, truConference founder and Stand up Comedian We're on at Friday 13th, 4pm BST Join the debate and follow the channel here (recommended) And register to watch the livestream here
Talking Talent Branding with Bryan Chaney, Co-Founder of Talent Brand Alliance
DriveThruHR - HR Conversations
Bryan Chaney is the head of Employer Branding for Indeed and the founder of Talent Brand Alliance (TBA). Join host Crystal Miller Lay as they talk about the difference between employer branding and talent branding (is there one?), TBA's upcoming conference in London, and what's keeping him up at night.
Trends and Challenges of Employer Brand, with Bryan Chaney and Will Staney of Talent Brand Alliance
Employer Branding Podcast
Today we are chatting about definitions, trends, challenges, and resources with Bryan Chaney and Will Staney of Talent Brand Alliance.Bryan Chaney is the Talent Branding and Attraction Strategist at Indeed and Co-Founder of Talent Brand Alliance.William Staney is the Founder of Proactive Talent Agency and Co-Founder of Talent Brand Alliance.Learn more about the Talent Brand Summit - Londonhttps://www.talentbrand.org/summit-london-agendaConnect with Bryan:https://www.linkedin.com/in/talentbrand/Connect with William:https://www.linkedin.com/in/willstaney/Subscribe to this podcast: https://employerbrandingpodcast.comMeasure your employer brand: https://employerbrandindex.coThanks for tuning in!
Ep. 48: How do you win the war on talent? Tips from Bryan Chaney at Indeed.com.
The Human Rebellion Podcast
In the war of attracting and retaining top talents, companies must now focus on their employee experience as a differentiator to remain competitive. Talent is not only critical, but scarce. Talent attraction and retaining talent is a top priority; however companies still struggle to fill skilled positions. The job advertising & application process is a sensitive process involving 95% complete rejection and usually only 1% hired. How you treat the 95% when you splurge ads on LinkedIn that attract 500+ applications is kind of important. If you do that 30 times a year, that’s well over 10,000 people your business and brand is saying ‘no’ to, if you are saying anything at all… Telling your organization’s story to job candidates in a genuine and engaging way is not only a differentiator, but it’s the reflection of what your company’s culture really is. Organizations often overlook the importance of building a positive candidate experience, thinking that they are in the driver’s seat when it comes to recruiting. It’s a mistake. Bryan Chaney is a global talent branding and attraction strategist. He’s worked at IBM, Twilio and currently leads employment brand for corporate recruitment at Indeed, the world’s #1 job search engine. Bryan has worked in recruitment, technology, and marketing, providing him insights into the marketing of hiring, the importance of technology and the buying process that candidates make when applying for jobs. He’s an international keynote speaker and trainer on the topic of recruitment and talent branding and loves to travel. The Huffington Post recently named him one of the Top 100 Most Social HR Experts on Twitter. But most of all, Bryan love helping brands reach the talent that they need to grow, by telling their story better. This week's guest is Bryan Chaney, Director of Global Employer Brand Talent Attraction at Indeed, the world’s #1job search engine. Today with Bryan we talk about: - What makes Indeed’s employer brand. - What are some of the tactics Bryan’s team has implemented to not only share Indeed’s story, but to create a strong candidate experience. - What metrics he’s implemented to measure the success of Indeed’s Talent Attraction strategy. - What Indeed does to ensure consistency across all the stages of the candidate/employee journey. - How Indeed creates a unified but yet customized culture globally across its multiple locations. Note: you can follow Bryan on LinkedIn, Twitter and Inside Indeed – Indeed’s Life and Career section - on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. This episode is brought to you by Fusion Alliance. Fusion Alliance delivers holistic solutions fusing together data, digital and technology to redefine customer experiences and move your ideas to execution. That’s why businesses across multiple industries have relied on Fusion’s expertise and partnership for over 25 years. If you want to send me feedback, suggestions for future topics or guests, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @eX_Summit. Thanks for listening. Interested in learning more about Business To Employee Branding (B2E branding)? Interested in sponsoring or speaking at the next Employee Experience Summit (eX Summit) in your city?
Episode 25: Bryan Chaney, Director Employer Brand and Talent Attraction, Indeed.com
The Emotionally Intelligent Recruiter
Bryan Chaney is on the show today in order to discuss the importance of remaining flexible, alert, and focused on continually evolving your employer brand strategy. He also breaks down the difference between branding and marketing strategies. Not only is Bryan Chaney the Director of Employer Brand and Talent Attraction at Indeed.com, but he is also an International Keynote Speaker and a recruitment and branding trainer. Listen in as he shares his expertise with us. Topics: How to influence change Inbound and outbound aspects of talent attraction Techniques for managing expectations The Venn diagram of employer brand story and talent brand story Ways recruiters impact brand The difference between branding and marketing strategies The problems faced by employer branding in five years Quotes: “We’re trying to connect with people, tell the story of what they’re really going to experience when they work at Indeed.” -Bryan Chaney “The actual term ‘employer brand’ wasn’t coined until 1996.” -Bryan Chaney “It’s important to delineate between the branding and the advertising or marketing. Because, branding is the long-term approach…whereas, recruitment…marketing is the relatively short-term execution of that strategy.” -Bryan Chaney Resources: Indeed Bryan Chaney on Twitter Talent Brand The Emotionally Intelligent Recruiter
In The Booth- Bryan Chaney, candidate for Alderman
Republican Bryan Chaney is not only the newest candidate to enter the race for the Frederick Board of Aldermen but also the newest city resident on the ballot.Chaney joins hosts News-Post city reporter Mallory Panuska and city editor Danielle Gaines to discuss his candidacy.
Why Employees Are the Best Storytellers of Your Employer Brand, with Bryan Chaney of Indeed
Employer Branding Podcast
How can we encourage employees to be the storytellers on behalf of the employer brand? We've asked this and much more to Bryan Chaney who heads up employer branding at Indeed and is the founder of TalentBrand.org.Questions for Bryan:Who are you and what do you do?Before we get into our topic, what’s your take on Google for Jobs? Employee storytelling - why is this important (and why now)?Us HR/recruiting geeks think this is a great idea, but surely there will be people who wouldn’t share company updates to their friends on social in a million years?How often do you share Indeed updates to your personal network? What about regular Indeed employees?What’s your fail-proof formula to success with employee storytelling?What mistakes should we stay clear of?How can we measure ROI? Ideally clear finance metrics that a CFO would understandWhat companies are employee storytelling right? Where can people connect with you?Fill your boots here ==> http://employerbrandingpodcast.com