Top female-friendly job platforms to find your dream job in 2022

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1. Mainstream Acceptance Results In More Remote Opportunities Than Ever

With proven benefits of remote work, such as cost savings, increased productivity, boosted happiness, and a positive environmental impact, it’s clear that the acceptance of remote work is here to stay.  Many employers, including leading brands such as Google, Spotify, and LinkedIn, will continue to embrace flexibility, remote positions, and in 

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1. Mainstream Acceptance Results In More Remote Opportunities Than Ever

general a more remote-friendly mindset, even as restrictions ease.

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2. Holistic Employee Well-Being Will Be A Top Priority

The shift to working remotely has impacted everyone in different ways and organizations are still figuring out how to best support the well-being of their employees. To tackle remote work challenges, such as loneliness, and better understand their employees, holistic wellness will become a key metric for companies. Ranging from 

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2. Holistic Employee Well-Being Will Be A Top Priority

financial and mental health to physical well-being.  Significant investments into new health benefits, communication plans, and technologies are expected to further improve employee wellness.

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3. Employees Will Be Given More Freedom To Be Their Best At Home And At Work

While businesses still are struggling to define policies for remote work, employees are pushing for more flexibility.  Many don’t want to return to the office after having experienced the benefits with a location independent lifestyle, at least not following a traditional 9-5 model. In 2022, we’ll see more  

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3. Employees Will Be Given More Freedom To Be Their Best At Home And At Work

companies tweaking their remote work policies based on learnings over the past years.  For these to be effective, employees must have a say based on their needs and understanding of how to be their best at home and at work.

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4. New Questions Of What’s Fair Will Emerge

While the work structure becomes more flexible, the supporting functions, such as for example tax systems, aren’t keeping the same pace.  Businesses will need to address how to approach all these new questions that don’t have any straightforward answers. In fact, this will be one of the top priorities for HR executives this year.

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5. Managerial Responsibilities Will Evolve

As not swinging by the office as often (or never) turns the new normal, the manager role will become even more essential.  As managers are the primary connection through which hybrid and remote employees experience their employer and can solve any potential issues, their relationship will be more important than ever. 

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5. Managerial Responsibilities Will Evolve

As advanced technology help replace many repeatable managerial tasks, ranging from simple things like scheduling, to more sophisticated ones like providing feedback, managers will have more time to cultivate relationships with their employees.

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6. Employer Branding And Culture Will Be More Essential Than Ever

Employer branding and company culture will be key to maintaining a strong sense of belonging in a world where we don’t meet as much in person.  Engaged workers are looking for values and being seen. Pause and think, make the changes employees want. Focus on the relational aspects of work that people have missed the most to support 

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6. Employer Branding And Culture Will Be More Essential Than Ever

employee satisfaction and retention.

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7.  Remote Tools Will Help To Optimize Performance And Support Equality

Performance management for remote teams requires a significant mindset shift.  We have to judge people by outcomes, results, and contribution – not presence.  However, the question “how will we know what they are doing?” is still one of the main reasons why managers don’t want their teams to work remotely. Over 

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7.  Remote Tools Will Help To Optimize Performance And Support Equality

the coming years, remote tools will help provide more insights and a more holistic view of performance.  As many managers still struggle with trusting the performance of remote workers, data and insights will help fill in the gaps.

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8. Some Businesses Will Require A Return To The Office (But It Will Backfire)

Even if many employers are planning to adopt a hybrid working model, several will also take the opposite route and demand that employees return, full time, to the office.  Due to claimed reasons like reduced company performance, a sense of lost culture, and more.  They will however quickly 

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8. Some Businesses Will Require A Return To The Office (But It Will Backfire)

notice that the challenges they are facing are due to other underlying factors.  Requiring that employees return to the office without any choice will, however, only backfire and boost turnover rates.

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9. Part-Time Workers Will Become More Common

With numerous studies showing how businesses can save millions of dollars on part-time remote workers, this set-up will become more common. Several groups don’t want to work full-time for different reasons. The explosive growth of freelance platforms and entrepreneurs also makes it easier to hire part-time talents. Forward-thinking employers will 

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9. Part-Time Workers Will Become More Common

offer more flexibility and creative options, such as shorter days and child-care support.

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10. Digital Security Will Become Tighter

As the growth of remote work increases security risks, businesses must continue to prioritize prevention, agility, and resiliency, and take a wider, holistic approach to security management.  Managing multiple tools and services across several cloud platforms and data centers is complex. Re-thinking risks and ensuring having the right 

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10. Digital Security Will Become Tighter

expertise in-house or via partner will be key to supporting a strong security ecosystem.

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