HR Trends to Watch for in 2022

HR Trends to Watch for in 2022

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1. Introduction

2022 is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about how your company will align its internal goals with emerging HR trends. As a result of the COVID pandemic, these goals and trends look very different than they did a few years ago.  In this article, we’ll talk you through the main trends to look 

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1. Introduction

out for in 2022 and how they might affect your business.

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2. Upskilling the Workforce

As technology advances, some skills (especially those that can be easily automated) become obsolete and the need for new skills emerges.  By continually investing in upskilling your workforce, you can better prepare for the next few years. Upgrading your employees’ skills is not only a smart 

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2. Upskilling the Workforce

financial decision but a good way to show your employees that you are invested in their achievements and mobility at your company.  Did you know that 82% of employees feel that their managers don’t value their work enough?  Creating an environment where employees are encouraged to 

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2. Upskilling the Workforce

learn new skills and rewarded for their efforts helps with company morale and retention rates.

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3. Structural and Organizational Change

As a result of the pandemic, many workplaces have undergone major transformations.  Workers have endured hybrid work from home/in-person setups, changes in team structure, high turnover rates, and much more on top of general pandemic stress and anxiety. As a result, many employees are suffering from 

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3. Structural and Organizational Change

change fatigue. With this in mind, it’s more critical than ever to find ways to make any upcoming organizational changes as smooth as possible for your employees.

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4. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

In a survey of over 500 HR leaders from industries all over the world, 25% list DEI as their number one priority moving into 2022.  Suppliers, employees, and consumers all want to know where a company stands when it comes to DEI. As a result, more companies than ever are taking firm political stances in order to attract the best 

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4. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

possible talent. These companies succeed in part due to the different perspectives and knowledge their team members bring to the table.

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5. Data-Driven and Automated Recruitment

Right now, HR analytics are more powerful than ever.  Now, recruiters can use this data to track measures like: – Turnover rate – Offer acceptance rate – Revenue per employee According to a CareerBuilder survey, 72% of employers expect that many talent acquisition roles will be fully automated by 2027. Consider 

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5. Data-Driven and Automated Recruitment

how you can better harness technology to find and interview new candidates.

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