With that in mind, below are a few trends on the rise:
Flexibility:Another pandemic hiring impact is the renewed focus on work/life balance. Many organizations have introduced policies that enable employees to take leave to care for family members affected by COVID. Others have recognized the challenges employees with school-aged children face with remote learning and have rolled out flexible office hours or other programs to help ease the stress. Employees and new hires alike will increasingly seek and advocate for this type of flexibility.
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Job Aggregators:Hiring experts believe large job aggregator sites are becoming less useful, as companies are typically inundated with responses. Many of these come from under-qualified applicants and require time and resources to sift through and identify potential candidates. As such, expect to see more organizations turning instead to targeted marketplaces or niche sites.How does your organization stack up when it comes to hiring and recruitment?
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