Every manufacturing company has an employee value proposition, whether they choose to call it by that familiar HR buzzword or not. Unfortunately, a lot of manufacturers don't put their EVPs to good use. In fact, more than half of companies fail in this regard, according to a recent survey by Towers Watson, the New York-based global consulting and professional services company.
This gallery explains why the employee value proposition is important, lists characteristics of healthy EVPs, and suggests ways to improve your company's proposition.
For more on employee value propositions and Towers Watson's survey, read "A Proposition: Make More Effective Use of Your EVP."