This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of EVP
We have 76 other definitions for EVP
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
A new employee value proposition A considerable amount of the employee value proposition within financial services has been built around financial reward.
He said: "There is an increasingly urgent need to develop the Ras Al Hamra residential area's aged housing stock and other facilities, which are key to employee attraction and retention as part of PDO'S Employee Value Proposition.
Just as social media has the power to support and drive an employee value proposition, badly handled it can completely undermine those efforts.
The Employee Value Proposition (EVP) by region data (Table 1)?
The EVP Advantage An Employee Value Proposition (EVP) targets both current employees and candidates, including programs for attracting, retaining and developing employees.
Create a distinctive employee value proposition for R&D to develop a work environment in which R&D talent can thrive.
Wellness solutions likely will be an increasingly important part of the employee value proposition," said Ganoni.
Advancing Total Rewards and the Employee Value Proposition John Bremen, Managing Director-Talent and Rewards, The Americas, Towers Watson discusses the need to view total rewards from the employee perspective.