The past two years have brought more change than we thought possible, and have impacted the workplace in so many different ways from productivity, resignations and rethinking the importance of personal lives, to sales and growth trends in the business environment.
At Jobful, we believe that smart businesses are already bouncing back from this issue, and have been working on strategic ways to improve attrition numbers, to increase not just retention but also overall employee satisfaction.
The only way forward in the face of automation is through people.
No strategy is always worse than a bad strategy. This is why we’re going to go through the most relevant pain points you might be having and their solutions. Organizations worldwide are faced with one of the biggest challenges they’ve gone through since the global economic crisis of 2008. Since then, one thing has changed drastically - the business environment is not about a lot of people competing over the very few available jobs. The situation is different now: organizations are the ones competing for people.
While the specifics vary by area, industry, skill specialty, and level, there is widespread evidence of talent shortages:
- Unplanned voluntary turnover (the ‘quit rate’) is on the rise
- Pent-up demand for exit (the ‘want to quit rate’) is also rising
- The number of open positions and the time it takes to hire someone is increasing
- The number of new recruits who leave after only eighteen months is on the rise.
We have put together this free resource to help you navigate the new talent acquisition landscape. In this whitepaper, you'll read about talent retention myths to avoid in 2022, as well as employee attraction & engagement in the pandemic aftermath.Looking to revamp your talent lifecycle strategy? Download our free whitepaper.