5 Staffing Trends Coming in 2023

By January 9, 2023 May 2nd, 2023 Job Seekers, Managers

What are the staffing and recruiting trends experts expect in 2023? This year may be one filled with uncertainty, but there are some benchmarks and expectations that can happen. Here are some things to keep your eye out for in the New Year.

Salary and Benefits Transparency

Several states, like Colorado, have now enacted a requirement for companies to be transparent about pay ranges in job postings. While it may not be mandated by your location, it is a good practice. Candidates are less likely to apply for a job that doesn’t include a salary requirement. They also want to know what benefits are available before they complete the application process.

Online Reputation

Candidates will also review your company’s online presence; if they see something that’s a red flag, you might miss out. Review your online reputation by Googling your company’s name. Look for negative reviews and try to bury them by creating positive content. Update your social media and website to have consistent branding. Use social platforms to share content about your positive company culture.

Advances in Artificial Intelligence

Many companies are using applicant tracking systems to streamline the hiring process, but these systems are getting smarter. More advances in recruitment AI will help reduce the administrative work and time to hire. More attention will be paid to ethical AI and how it can help with DEI initiatives.

Upskilling and Reskilling

While training employees for additional roles has always been a part of the workplace culture, we have heard a lot of talk about upskilling and reskilling in the wake of The Great Resignation. Rather than relying on the ability to hire new talent, companies should focus on providing additional skills to their current team to provide them with advancement opportunities.

Work from Home and Hybrid Roles

Remote work isn’t going away anytime soon. Even as companies begin to mandate a return to the office, employees are quitting rather than returning. If you cannot provide Work From Home opportunities, your team may seek them elsewhere. Some organizations are adopting a hybrid approach that allows employees to work from home part of the time.

If you need help building the team you need in 2023, turn to The Vision Companies today!

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