Talent wars. The pandemic. Great resignation. Quiet quitting. Hiring, retaining and inspiring employees to be their best is no small feat these days. As we emerge on the other side of that three-year battle, we are seeing just how much the labor market has changed amid ever-evolving complexities and workforce shifts. And as these changes take place, organizations must bring their recruitment and retention strategies up to speed to mirror the workforce of today.
Employees are now seeking out companies that share their values and afford them the same flexibility that fully remote work did. On the flipside, organizations are rethinking their talent acquisition processes to fill open roles with the right skills while balancing the expectations and availability of today’s workforce. HR leaders are deploying new strategies to attract the right talent for their needs while also ensuring they are matching new talent with the values of their organization. Many employers are:
- Doubling down on placing their organization’s mission at the heart of recruitment practices
- Directly addressing changes in work-life balance head on
- Restructuring job openings to more accurately reflect education requirements
Read the full byline in RecruitingDaily.