The trend of the hybrid work model, which has been heavily accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, is here to stay.
Instead of waiting for job openings to appear, recruiters and employers will actively seek out candidates who possess the skills and qualifications required for specific positions.
Many social media platforms such as Facebook now have job searching and applying features, making it even more accessible for job seekers and recruiters alike.
To stay ahead in the talent acquisition game, companies must provide valuable benefits that support their employees’ physical, emotional, and financial well-being.
In 2023, job seekers will have more control as the demand for talent exceeds the supply.
Job seekers are paying more attention to an employer’s level of diversity and inclusivity when considering job opportunities,
As of 2023, the use of contract and freelance work has seen an increase in popularity as more people desire flexibility, autonomy, and a better work-life balance.
One recent trend in the field of human resources is the use of technology, to gather data that inform planning and decision-making.
A significant proportion of Gen Z job seekers (75%) have reported leaving a promising job application due to poor hiring practices.
Organizations are increasingly focused on finding ways to promote employee satisfaction and engagement.
As the youngest generation enters the workforce, it is important for organizations to consider their unique characteristics and needs.