Four HR Trends for 2023
While everyone is anticipating the changes and challenges to come with the end of the year, we predict that HR leaders especially will face disruptions.
Talent Partners is your recruiter of choice when it comes to helping HR leaders better manage and lead during these times. Being in business for over 27 years, we understand what human resources leaders will be navigating, challenging, and experiencing in the year to come.
1. Employee Burnout
One of the biggest challenges for HR talent will be initiatives to avoid or counteract burnout. Employee wellness, both mental and physical, is important now more than ever. Quality talent must be attracted through quality compensation and wellness programs that prioritize the contentment, happiness, and health of its employees.
To help avoid and reduce employee burnout, organizations should partner with their HR teams to collaborate on employee benefits that include health plans that also offer mental health services.
2. Retention Strategies
As the economy slowly recovers from pandemic hiring strains and a potential economic downturn, another challenge for HR will be focusing on employee retention. Companies in 2023 will be more worried about losing their top talent to competitors and will need to recognize that it is more cost-effective to invest in retention strategies than to train new employees.
Employee experience should be a top priority for HR leaders. This will also present a new career imperative for HR talent to create best-fit careers for employees.
More than 50 percent of organizations expect the competition for talent to increase dramatically in the next six months. This means that organizations need recruiting leaders to strategize the current business needs and to plan for potential scenarios in a shifting employment market.
Thirty-six percent of HR leaders say their sourcing strategies are insufficient for finding the quality skills they need. That’s where Talent Partners can help Human Resource Executives with recruiting. With our recruiters, you can rely on our sourcing capabilities and build onboarding for maximized employee engagement.
4. Hello, Metaverse
The metaverse grew in popularity earlier this year and interest is sustaining. In fact, Gartner predicts that 25 percent of people will spend at least one hour per day in the metaverse by 2026. For HR talent, initiatives such as career fairs, employee onboarding, meetings, and other new virtual events will be launched by companies in 2023.
The metaverse is still uncharted territory, and to be able to employ this technology effectively and safely, HR talent should be able to ensure healthy metaverse working procedures by creating working policies and training leaders on how to lead in this rapidly progressing frontier of technology.
Our six-person recruiting SWAT team will help you focus your recruiting strategies to support exceptional talent and your organization’s business outcomes. We’ll work hand in hand with your HR team to find the skills needed to shape the future of work. If you’re interested in investing in our recruiting strategies, reach out to us today.
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