3 Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2022

3 Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2022

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1. Remote Interviewing and Scheduling

Virtual interviewing exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic primarily because people couldn’t meet in person.  Even as in-person operations have resumed, that remote expectation is now becoming more commonplace.  A recent Indeed survey reported that 82% of workplace respondents said they started  .

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1. Remote Interviewing and Scheduling

conducting virtual interviews due to the pandemic, and nearly all of them (93%) said they expect to continue the practice .

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2. Passive Candidate Recruiting

One recruiting trend for getting around this has been shifting focus away from unemployed workers and toward passive candidates.  Passive candidates are those who are currently employed but may be ready to change jobs if the right offer comes along. In a constricted labor market, this is a very valuable demographic. 

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2. Passive Candidate Recruiting

Recruiting passive candidates isn’t much different from typical recruiting tactics, but it does require a concerted effort.  In essence, the strategy involves building out an organization’s brand so its values are easily identifiable and congruent with the ideals of prospective hires.  Next, organizations will need to 

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2. Passive Candidate Recruiting

engage candidates directly— through online marketing, social media campaigns or other methods.

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3. Holistic Benefits Offerings

More and more employers are adding holistic offerings to round out employee benefits packages.  These offerings focus on improving employees’ overall well-being in direct and indirect ways.  According to a recent PwC survey, employers added or expanded the following 

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3. Holistic Benefits Offerings

fferings in response to the pandemic: flexible scheduling (91%), mental health programs (53%), increased time off (44%) and wellness programs (44%), among others.  Going into 2022, employers can expect workers to still want these types of benefits, and they should adjust their offerings accordingly.

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