“Employees’ sharing of open positions and great stories about our workplace is an important element of our HR activities – both for our recruitment and employer branding. By enabling our employees with the storytelling around it, we have achieved great visibility in the media presence that continuously guides new stakeholders our way and new followers.”
-Emilie Greve Falbe-Hansen,
Attracting potential candidates with Sociuu and empowering a proud team
By leveraging social media to engage with potential job candidates and reinforce our employer brand, Carl Ras aims to attract the right talent and build a stronger and more connected team. The result of this effort is a more vibrant and dynamic company culture that resonates with both current and future employees.
The storytelling about our great place to work is now an internalized story.
“Now we are able to build on the whole storytelling about our workplace together with our employees and we see how this creates a proud team. In fact, our employees now express the company’s value when describing their work and contribution.
Employee engagement and employer branding has contributed to great pride and the best place to work! Our employees really have internalized our key message #ArbejdsglædeVoresVigtigsteVærktøj, emphasizing our focus on job satisfaction, and in 2022, we were rated as the second-best workplace in Denmark by Great Place to Work, and number 1 best to inclusion.”
Easier for us to share more and get more visibility.
“With Sociuu we can truly see a much higher number of visits to our job site, employer branding news, and interest in Carl Ras. When we get our employees to share open positions and stories about our workplace, it achieves significant attention and interaction – and we can see that our employees love to share the stories and job posts when we send them.”
“And with the system’s usability and integration, it is effortless and easy for me to come up with this in a busy everyday life. I would never be able to achieve this attention myself and communicate with so many without my colleagues sharing our stories.”