If you want to stand out to potential employees, you need to show them who you are and why they should want to work for you. And what is the easiest way to do that? Tell your employer brand story through content.

The more you share your personality, spotlight the things that make you unique, celebrate your team, and give people a peek behind the scenes, the more you can bring your employer brand to life. 

At Jobbio, we work with some of the best brands in the world to determine their EVP and create the right content to promote it.

Here are just some of the companies we’ve worked with over the last year across a variety of industries.


Helping improve people’s experience of working life is one of the things Slack has set out to do. And that starts with their own team.  From amazing perks to a diverse and inclusive culture, this tech company has a lot to offer potential candidates. Here is the team explaining themselves why they love to work at Slack so much!


eShopWorld has helped the world’s most loved brands to grow their eCommerce revenues in global markets. You can expect to work and collaborate with the best people here. Personal & professional development, collaboration and the occasional game of office golf (yes, really check out the video!) are just some of the unique selling points eShopWorld offers their employees.


EllisDon is a construction services company with a team of over 2,500 people working on projects totalling $3.5 billion annually. The culture at EllisDon is progressive with the happiness and development of employees being a key focus. Here is Kristin explaining what it’s like to work at this thriving company, in a way that’s both personable and informative.


Huawei has an amazing consumer brand, they’re recognised all over the world and have a diverse and expansive customer base. But what about their employer brand? Many of us use their devices every day but why should we apply to their roles? Here’s what the team in the Ireland Research Centre had to say when we went out to their offices.


Bazaarvoice is passionate about their company culture. From generous community giving to no-holds-barred hackathons to global regular gong meetings (yes, you read that right), they infuse energy and inspiration into everything they do. We put the Bazaarvoice team in the hot seat to ask them some quick-fire questions about life in the company.


At CarGurus, their mission is to build the world’s most trusted and transparent automotive marketplace. They are currently hiring for Account Executive roles and constantly expanding so to help them find the right talent, we created an immersive video showcasing a day in the life of an Account Executive.


Pramerica is based in the stunning Donegal only minutes from the beach, dreamy right? We sat down with the team to discuss how Pramerica supports their employees and how they value work/life balance. What more could a prospective candidate want?

Airbnb Paris

Airbnb is a lively, fun and exciting place to work. They’re passionate about their company culture and this is evident in their colourful employer branding videos. We caught up with the Paris team and got a real sense of their team ethos. Check out one of our favourites below.


If you’re a graduate, you know about the Jameson International Graduate Programme! With the opportunity to work in Belfast to Buenos Aires, from Toronto to Tokyo, they have over 80 graduates in over 50 countries around the world. We sat down with some of the team who are currently on the programme to unlock some top tips to help applicants to be on top of their game when applying.

BNY Mellon

In this employee-led video, the team at BNY Mellon describe the career opportunities, benefits and employee resource groups as well as so much more! They’re looking to continue their expansion over the next year and are currently hiring so to help them find the right talent we created a series of videos showcasing their office and team.

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