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Title: Examining the Relationship of Employer Branding with Organization Culture and Employee Brand Equity
Researcher: Jaur, Ranwinder
Guide(s): Pingle, Samir
Keywords: Economics and Business
Management
Social Sciences
University: Nirma University
Completed Date: 2020
Abstract: The inconsistent environment in terms of technology, increased competition, social, cultural, newlineand economic facets has altered the perceptions of employees towards their employers. This newlineshift to the information age has made human capital a competitive enabler, which contribute to newlinean organizations success in global economies (Alniacik and Alniacik, 2012, Maurya, and newlineAgarwal, 2018). Hence, today, companies strategically plan to attract and retain the talent for newlineachieving corporate success (Alniacik and Alniacik, 2012). Employer branding is one of the newlinesignificant comprehensive strategy added to the kits of companies like Henkel (2017) and newlineDeloitte (2016). newlineEmployer branding strategy is the answer to the needs of employees through the provision of newlinevarious benefits to them (Arriscado, Quesado, and Sousa, 2019). Also, Companies emphasize on newlinethe various organizational features which determine the attitude of employees in terms of newlinejoining, loyalty, and longtime stay with a company. quotIn its full scope, employer branding cuts newlineacross many traditional human resource specialisms and becomes an umbrella program that newlineprovides structure to previously separate policies and practicesquot (Edwards, 2009, p. 5). This newlinearea has drawn the attention of various researchers, who have studied the relationships between newlineemployer branding and its different antecedents and outcomes. newlineIn spite of increased research interest, a considerable gap was found in the literature. The newlineliterature discusses organizational culture as an essential antecedent conceptually for employer newlinebranding; the empirical testing of this relationship was found missing. This study attempts to newlineexamine the impact of the organizational culture (Bureaucratic culture, Supportive culture, and newlineinnovative culture) as an antecedent to employer branding. Further, the current study is newlinemeasuring the employee brand equity (Brand endorsement, Brand allegiance, and Brand newlineconsistent behavior) as an outcome of employer branding. According to the literature of newlinemarketing area, brand equity i
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/335749
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