Employee Value Proposition


Definition: an Employee Value Proposition is the promise an employer makes to its employees in return for their commitment. This promise entails the sum of all the benefits and rewards employees receive from the organization they work for.
Pawar and Charak (2016) in "Employee Value Proposition Leading to Employer Brand: The Indian Organizations Outlook" defined an employee value proposition as the one of a kind arrangement of benefits an employee gets consequently for the skills, capabilities, and experience they convey to an organization.


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