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By Lena Christiaans

The expanding globalization of commercial actions forces businesses to recruit hugely expert staff worldwide. with the intention to allure those skills, employers need to differentiate themselves via a different enterprise model, attractive to diversified objective audiences. even though, within the absence of analysis on foreign scholars' personal tastes for agency features, it really is tough for multinational businesses to choose a possible measure of business enterprise model standardization. Lena Christians investigates the effect of between-country changes, corresponding to in nationwide tradition or financial wealth, on scholars' personal tastes on the subject of person variations of scholars in the comparable nation. together with a segmentation of the ecu graduate industry, the implications offer readers with within on which parts of the corporation worth proposition are appropriate for standardization during which objective groups.

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18 2 Theoretical Background and Literature Review Primary target groups of brand management Capital Market Investor Branding Shareholders, Analysts, Banks Comsumer Market Consumer Branding Consumers, Retail Corporate Brand Management Supplier Market Supplier Branding Suppliers Labor Market Employer Branding Current Employees (internal) Potential Employees (external) Figure 2: Primary Target Groups of Corporate Brand Management. Source: Adapted from Grobe, 2008, p. 127 branding) corporate branding needs to take into account all stakeholder 9 groups of a company, as depicted in Figure 2.

18 In the employer branding context, transaction costs include time, energy and resources provided by a candidate when searching for jobs (Petkovic, 2008). 3. , Meffert (1992, p. 130), Sander (1994, p. ) and Bruhn (2001a, p. ). , when making the final selection decisions (Petkovic, 2008). During the selection phase, after participating in interviews with employers and considering various job offers, the perceived risk can be further reduced by the experience the candidate has gained with the relevant companies.

By reasoning real qualities from these signals, the less informed market player is able to reduce his uncertainty (Adler, 1996; Schneider, 1997). Employer branding can be seen as a signaling activity conducted by the employer. The employer brand conveys information about the employer and the jobs being offered. If, for example, 26 From the perspective of information economics, building up trust serves as a form of selfcommitment. The danger of losing trust in the labor market, which would have a negative influence on potential employees’ preferences for a given employer, ensures the employer’s self-commitment (Kaas, 1990).

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