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Employer Branding

Establishing high profile employer branding is the best and most cost-effective way to successfully recruit and retain the best employees.

One of the great challenges for the technology industry in Ireland at present is the ability to attract talented people with relevant technical skills.

A strong employer reputation is created by proactive and sustained communications delivered to audiences both outside and inside your company. Comit has in-depth experience developing PR campaigns which complement the work being carried out by HR but ultimately bring the client’s brand and messaging closer to a much wider audience. A recent PR and digital marketing campaign by Comit directly helped a client to attract 27 new employees into their business in a wide number of key strategic technical and management roles. It also played a key role in monitoring and building loyalty in the existing team.

Internal branding is also a key part of employee retention. Building a brand and culture starts with your internal communication, and keeps your employees informed and engaged. Comit can develop internal PR communications to ensure relationships are developed and nurtured with all key stakeholders, including employees, customers, partners and shareholders. 

 

“Comit has delivered huge exposure for us and its specialism in technology means they can introduce us to the right media.”   Seán Walsh, TERMINALFOUR  

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By Catherine Coffey Thursday, 29th November 2018 | 0 comments
                    How the changing media landscape will affect Public Relations “A few years ago, it was easy to imagine that newspapers were becoming irrelevant in a digital culture. This has been disproved in the most disturbing way. If an independent press no longer matters, why is it being attacked so relentlessly by reactionary and authoritarian governments and movements all the way from the US to Russia?” The Irish Times on Journalism Matters 
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By Catherine Coffey Wednesday, 31st October 2018 | 0 comments
Stellar photography transforms PR campaigns. When it comes to coverage, a great photo can be the difference between your story landing the front-page of a publication or not being featured at all. Whether it’s launching a new product or announcing the latest recruit, it’s important to understand what type of photo a journalist will want to feature in their publication. This can be key in increasing exposure which is so important for public relations professionals.

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