The Breakfast Club

Using employer branding to hire top talent

Companies that prioritise their employer branding benefit from an increase in quality talent, an easier recruitment process and a decrease in time to hire. Join the discussion to find out how!

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🗓️ 9th February 8:30am
📍️ Covent Garden, London
☕️️ Breakfast is on us!

The agenda

75% of job seekers consider an employer’s brand before even applying for a job, so why are some companies still hesitant to make this a priority? In this edition of the Breakfast Club, we’ll be discussing some of the following topics surrounding employer branding.

  • The impact of employer branding on the recruitment process
  • Talent branding vs employer branding
  • Career site essentials
  • How to work on employer branding with limited resources
  • The future of work
  • Flexible working

We highly encourage audience interaction, so if you have any questions, feel free to join in the discussion at any point!

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Meet our experts

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Oscar Sadler

Client Strategy Lead @ Wiser

Oscar leads the Client Strategy team at Wiser, an employer branding company and winner of the Drum's 'Best Creative Agency of the Year'. Over his four years there, he advised the likes of the BBC, On Running, BrewDog, L'Oreal, the Post Office and PepsiCo on their global employer brand strategies.

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Alex Bennett

Head of Early Careers & Employer Branding @ L’Oréal

Over the past 11 years at L’Oréal, Alex has dedicated her career to Early Career Development and Employer Branding. Having launched employer brand strategies for the Group in both France and the US, Alex has recently returned to the UK to bring her expertise to her home market.

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Molly Johnson-Jones

CEO & Co-Founder @ Flexa Careers

Molly Johnson-Jones is the CEO and Co-Founder of Flexa Careers, a platform with over 750,000 users that is changing the way that companies approach hiring, and candidates discover their ideal working environments.

Molly regularly speaks on topics such as the future of work, employer branding, gender inequality, and flexible working.

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Leo Harrison

Founder & CEO @ Chapter 2

Leo Harrison is the Founder and CEO of Chapter 2. Chapter 2 combines people, process and technology to attract and retain the best talent to your business. Over the past 17 years, Leo has worked with leading brands such as Adidas, Starbucks, KPMG and Unilever. He'll share his methods on how the social and digital eco-system has blended recruitment and marketing together and the role employer branding plays in this.

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The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club is a quarterly event, hosted in London, for like minded creatives, thought leaders and people within the HR space to get together and be inspired.

We invite you to gain insights and to get inspired on a range of different topics within recruitment, as well as network with fellow HR professionals.

And you won’t be hungry — smashed avocado toasts, freshly squeezed juices and the best pastries will be on us!

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Previously on The Breakfast Club

Introducing your host: Conor Ryan

Conor started his career in his hometown of Wellington as a Marketing Coordinator at a recruitment agency, which led to his passion for recruitment.

His understanding of the importance of candidate experience comes from working as a Recruitment Consultant in the Digital Marketing sector. As our moderator, Conor will be asking the nitty gritty questions and sparking debate on all aspects of this topic.

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