The Top Global Talent Trends For 2022

The Top Global Talent Trends For 2022

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1. Company culture has never looked like this before

According to the report, employees have begun to rethink how, where and when they work, and they’re giving great thought about their relationships with their employers. Workers are now seeking flexible work arrangements, more work-life balance, and they really want to work for employers who value their well-being.  

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1. Company culture has never looked like this before

Most importantly, workers are willing to walk away if their employers do not check off all of these requirements. There’s little doubt that remote work has become the new normal: Of more than 500 C-level executives in the U.S. and the U.K. surveyed by LinkedIn, 81% said they are changing their workplace policies to offer greater flexibility. 

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1. Company culture has never looked like this before

Similarly, companies are also thinking about how their cultures can evolve with employees.  In order to attract, retain, and grow great talent, companies need to overhaul their culture to meet the expectations of employees.  

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2. Companies are discovering that their own well-being is linked to their employees’ well-being

Companies everywhere are beginning to understand that their own well-being is inextricably linked to their workers’ mental, physical, emotional, and financial well-being. A critical driver of employee well-being is flexibility. Beyond that, companies are finding more and more ways to demonstrate care and 

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2. Companies are discovering that their own well-being is linked to their employees’ well-being

compassion for their workforces, including giving time back, offering well-being services, and rethinking processes by shortening or eliminating meetings and better leveraging team communications. These initiatives address the reality that it’s hard to have a healthy, productive culture without a healthy, productive workforce.

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3. Employers and employees are realizing that they can do better

Employees have begun to prioritize their well-being and to seek more agency about where and when they work. This insistence on a new relationship with work has been the main cause of the Great Reshuffle.   According to LinkedIn data, job seekers have become choosier, viewing nearly twice as many job posts before applying in 2021 than they did in 2019.  

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3. Employers and employees are realizing that they can do better

Rather than focusing on challenging work, hypergrowth, and far-off ambitions, companies may fare better if they consider expanded flexibility, inclusive benefits, and internal mobility rates.

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