The purpose of this thesis is a better understanding of the influence of employer brand on intentions to apply for work. Focus was specifically on two dimensions of employer brand: employer reputation and employer attractiveness in relation to intention to apply for work. With an overview of relevant theories, I explained, which of the mentioned influences have an impact on the process of job hunters’ or employed individuals work search. First part of the thesis is focused on presenting the theories, I later used in the research interpretation. Second part is focused on presenting the research and its findings. Research was conducted online on a sample of 252 respondents. The sample was divided into subsamples of 118 employed individuals and 134 job hunters (students and unemployed invidiuals). The respondents filed out the questionnaire, which differend between two subsamples in the questions about employer brand, in which the job hunters were not included. That part of the questionnaire was focusing on the brand of a current employer, which job hunters do not have. The results showed employer reputation and attractiveness positively influence intetions to apply for work. It has also showed that positive attitude toward current employer’s brand does not negatively influence the intention to apply for work with another employer. Research findings are comparable with most of conducted research.