5 Key Trends That Will Rule The Workplace In 2022

5 Key Trends That Will Rule The Workplace In 2022

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1. Re-evaluate the hybrid work model

Reassessing the current situation, where most employees work from home due to the pandemic while others refused to let go of office altogether.  Therefore, leading to a hybrid work model. The abrupt switch to remote working proved that the employees are also productive outside the office.

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1. Re-evaluate the hybrid work model

Business leaders from around the world must be mindful of – flexibility.  As the majority of the organizations continue to operate in a hybrid setup, industry leaders must invest in automation, resources, and employees. All of the above can lead to enhanced productivity and ROI.

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2. Upward mobility and boomerang employees

The Great Resignation created both opportunities and challenges for employees and organizations.  For 2022, employers should shift their focus from external hiring to looking inwards. In other words, instead of external hiring, employers should focus on boomerang employees.The year 2022 will likely see a surge of boomerang employees - 

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2. Upward mobility and boomerang employees

previous workers coming back to an organization after some siesta time.  Those who left their employers searching for greener pastures are beginning to realize that the grass isn't always greener on the other side of the fence.

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3. Recruitment industry must adapt to automation

Recruitment dynamics are ever-changing, and if the HR personnel need to stay afloat in this competitive world, they need to upgrade themselves and embrace automation.  Automation plays a crucial role in pre-screening the candidates or onboarding them.  After all, you can't be spending all your time doing manual work. There are other areas in recruitment 

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3. Recruitment industry must adapt to automation

that need HR's attention. After the great resignation and return of the boomerang employees, employees will continue to rule for some time. Therefore, providing the candidate with a positive experience and easy onboarding becomes even more essential.

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4. Unbiased recruitment is a priority

If an organization wants to thrive, diversity and inclusion are a must-have. Prejudice based on race, age, and gender have long been a regular part of the workplace. Unconscious bias creeps in - while recruiting for open positions. Some organizations have instead taken a bold stand against unconscious bias, yet others haven't done anything about it. 

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4. Unbiased recruitment is a priority

The past year – 2021, became the year of promises and pledges around DE&! in the workplace. For 2022, it's time to put these words into practice. With modern tools at the disposal of the recruitment industry, it's easy to do away with unbiased hiring efforts. The recruiters need to integrate these innovative tools into their ATS and embrace a whole new 

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4. Unbiased recruitment is a priority

world of diverse hiring. Since the onslaught of the pandemic, nearly two in three women have left the workforce, as reported by CNBC. Isn't it heart-wrenching to see so many women leave the labor force?

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5. Investment in corporate social responsibility (CSR)

Companies invest in CSR to: 1. Manage their risk 2. Recruit employees 3. Boost their brand 4. Save money and so on Investment in CSR leads to improved stakeholder satisfaction and positively influences corporate standing, leading to adequate resources. Employees want a positive culture in their office where

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5. Investment in corporate social responsibility (CSR)

they are applauded for their efforts and existence. Valuing employees is not restricted to throwing parties where employers praise them, and the other day it's over.

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