Indeed and Glassdoor’s Hiring and Workplace Trends Report 2023 | Indeed & Glassdoor

Workforce Trends

This 22-page inaugural multi-country report outlines five key labor market trends for the coming years. The five key trends include: 1) Tight Labor Supply will Continue to Impact Hiring, 2) Remote Work is Here to Stay, 3) As Workers Seek Higher Pay, Benefits Can Set Employers Apart, 4) Happiness and Wellbeing Matter, and 5) The Changing Workforce is Pushing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to the Forefront. Regarding …

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Workplace Trends 2023: Brace for Mutual Impact | Visier

Workforce Trends

This 77-page report provides 10 workforce and workplace trends that will carry over or become more prominent in 2023. The trends range from topics on pay transparency to employee retention. On page 17, the report mentions how organizations must continue to prepare for different futures they might face (i.e., scenario planning). As HR leaders and their teams …

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Mercer’s 2022 Inside Employees’ Minds Study | Mercer

Workforce Trends

This new 29-page report by Mercer provides insights into worker sentiment on various workforce topics and issues. The study is based on a small sample of 4,049 US-based full-time employees working for organizations with over 250 employees. The report highlights six key findings of which employers should be aware. Two highlights include 1) Retention. 1 in 3 employees …

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Help Wanted: What Employers Need to Know About Pay Transparency Requirements in Job Postings | The National Law Review

Workforce Trends

Pay equity has been a topic of discussion in many organizations over the past few years. To move organizations towards greater pay equity practices, many states and localities have implemented legislation focused on mandating compensation transparency in job advertisements. For example, effective 1 November 2022, employers in New York City (with at least four employees) must …

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2022 LinkedIn Talent Trends: Data-Driven Insights into the Changing World of Work | LinkedIn

Workforce Trends

LinkedIn has just published its updated 2022 Global Talent Trends report—highlighting aspects of: 1) hiring, 2) workforce confidence, 3) candidate values, and 4) employee growth. Regarding hiring, a sample of 14 countries shows that hiring rates have decreased in all of them since one year ago (Sept 2021 vs. Sept 2022). India had the greatest decline (18%) in hiring, and the U.S. experienced a …

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2022 Women in the Workplace Report | Lean In and McKinsey & Company

Workforce Trends

Here is the new 2022 Women in the Workplace report by Lean In and McKinsey & Company.  This is the eighth consecutive year the report has been produced, and the effort represents the largest study of women in corporate America. While there are too many insights to cover here from this 62-page report, a few …

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Boomerang Employees Make a Comeback: A Data-based Approach to Rehiring Top Talent | Visier

Talent Acquisition Workforce Trends

Talent acquisition (TA) professionals continue to source talent from untapped talent pools to uncover “hidden” top talent. One overlooked talent pool is former employees—often called boomerang employees—who have the skills their former organization values, and a desire to return to their previous employer. And with many TA practitioners relying increasingly on data to inform their …

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Women Are Stalling Out on the Way to the Top | MIT Sloan Management Review

Workforce Trends

Many organizations strive to increase female representation in their executive-level roles. And to assess the progress organizations are making in this endeavor, this article shares findings from an analysis of the career histories and demographics of the executives in the ten highest-ranking jobs in Fortune 100 companies during the past 40 years. Using 1980 as the baseline, a …

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Podcast: How ‘Quiet Quitting’ Is Changing the Workplace | The Wall Street Journal Podcasts

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Trends

You’ve probably heard or seen the term “quiet quitting” (QQ) being shared across various social media platforms and publications, including this 8-minute Wall Street Journal podcast.  And while there are varying and confusing descriptions of QQ, three main points to sum up this latest workplace buzzword are: 1) Unlike the name suggests, quiet quitting is not about …

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Inside EY’s $22 Million Strategy to Get Workers Back Into the Office | Human Resource Executive

Workforce Trends

Many organizations continue to refine their return to office plans while considering insights from various data sources. For example, some sources mention how an impending recession could shift the balance of power back to organizations—where there is a more significant push for a full return to the office. Other sources suggest that new COVID variants will fuel …

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