Four Trends Shaping Talent Acquisition And HR In 2022

Four Trends Shaping Talent Acquisition And HR In 2022

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1. Upskilling/Reskilling To Curb The Great Resignation

A key to their thinking lies in the notion of skilling or training a worker to do a particular task. As “reskilling” and “upskilling” have gained traction, employers have come to regard learning as a tool that’s directly tied to retention.  For years, workers have made it clear that learning opportunities can be a decisive factor in deciding whether to 

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1. Upskilling/Reskilling To Curb The Great Resignation

take a job—and whether to stay with it.

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2. Pay Transparency Measures Become More Prominent

Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, which took effect on January 1, 2021, impacts how employers present promotion opportunities and job postings.  Internal and external listings must include more details about pay, bonuses and benefits. Employees have the right to talk about their wages with their colleagues, and employers can’t discriminate

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2. Pay Transparency Measures Become More Prominent

on the basis of gender in combination with another protected status. Since January 2021, a number of companies have suspended hiring remotely in Colorado, either to review the law or to avoid it. Their options may be shrinking. More states are sure to enact versions of the act as they work to narrow the wage gap.

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3. Support Fundamental Changes To Work

A vital and necessary change taking place is a shift to a global mindset, on both an individual and organizational level. The shift to remote work has started to tear down boundaries between work and leisure time, but there’s more to be done. This isn’t just about espousing other cultures or expanding your business overseas. It’s 

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about grasping the complexities of the global ecosystem and authentically embracing talent outside of your region. In other words, this isn’t about lip service.  It requires organizations to invest themselves in supporting new ways of getting work done, whether they rely on technology or new approaches to both team and individual management.

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4. Initiatives For Working Parents

The rampage of Covid-19 forced many parents to step away from their jobs or take diminished roles that pressured their pay and career paths. On top of suddenly having their children at home and taking a lead role in their education, working parents have had it tough. Parents have come to realize what they are missing 

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4. Initiatives For Working Parents

and many want to spend less time on the road and more time at home.  As the pandemic slowly subsides, expect employers to develop programs that ensure parents are fairly compensated, provided with flexible schedules and encouraged to continue making forward movement in their careers. Wellness programs will expand 

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to provide remote-working parents with the support they need.

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