With the rise of ‘customer as candidate’, it is essential to grab the best employees as early as possible… and then make sure they never want to leave.
Only by asking your staff what they really like about their job and about what motivates them, will you gain true insight into their working lives and ambitions.
There are, of course, countless ways to tell the story of your employee experience depending on who you’re speaking to. It might be an in-depth film on the culture of your company or a simple light-hearted Instabooth. Whichever way you choose, we can do it.
As part of a suite of films to draw in the right type of candidate, FICO requested a day-in-the-life film to give candidates an idea of what it’s like to work in this highly pressurised and exciting environment.
Getting an insight into the day to day workings of a company is the best indicator of whether a candidate is going to sink or swim. Working on real time problems that could affect millions of people can put a lot of pressure on a young graduate so FICO wanted to convey both the challenges and the support system in place to help people flourish. To capture all of this Cloud9Media went undercover at their offices to show just what it’s like to work at FICO.
As part of our ongoing relationship with US Data Giants FICO, we created this film to attract talented millennials to their Graduate Recruitment Programme. FICO hires hundreds of new colleagues every year into dozens of locations around the world.
Cloud9Media, working in collaboration with Vivacity, were commissioned by global home assistance company HomeServe to create a set of video assets that became the backbone of a leadership inspiration event held at the ExCeL London in August 2018.
In the first of two films commissioned as their trusted media partner, we laid bare the DNA of the company and brought to life the core leadership skills that HomeServe was founded on. Maximising on a single filming opportunity working with a dedicated and very caring film crew to get a range of assets that really brought their conference to life by capturing what makes them so unique.