After overhauling its consumer image, Screwfix worked with ThirtyThree to hone its employer brand to focus on the skills and personalities of its people.
Here are all the campaigns currently available on the archive that were shortlisted in the Employer Brand, Employer Brand – National and Employer Brand – International categories.
In 2023 this Havas People campaign for GSK spin-off company Haleon won for International Employer Brand and made the shortlist for Use of Research and Insight in Employer Branding.
Diageo worked with Comprend to improve its website for users, particularly early careers applicants, in this campaign shortlisted in the 2023 Employer Brand – International category.
Sanofi and Symphony Talent used extensive research to develop a new brand, shortlisted for the Employer Brand – International category.
AND-E worked with BrandPointZero to raise awarness of its Employer Brand in the UK, articulating its purpose, vision and mission, and earning a place on the 2023 shortlist.
Havas People helped SAP refresh its EVP while adapting to local needs, winning it a place on the 2023 International Employer Brand shortlist.
Stafford Long worked with their client Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) on this employer brand launch, which included films and animations, and put the people working on a wide range of exciting projects – and their ambitions – centre-stage.
Working with ThirtyThree, PizzaExpress created a vibrant employer brand showcasing how people are empowered to express themselves at work.
Drinks giant AB InBev partners with MSL to develop a more inclusive employer brand and generate thousands of applications from a more diverse audience.
SMRS and Fidelity International developed new ‘Feel Fidelity’ branding to attract and retain talent in global markets.