New Fundamentals of today’s Workplace

New Fundamentals of today’s Workplace

New Fundamentals of workplace

The new fundamentals of today’s workplace isn’t a specific place, and many workers aren’t traditional employees. Those companies who partner with workers and try different methods with what’s possible, will create sustainable work models and have elevated outcomes. As well as making work better for employees and employees happier at work.

New Year New Challenges

We are now into the new year and capitalizing on the latest staffing trends makes sense. Recruiting and finding top talent has undergone major changes in the last few years, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic. From remote and hybrid work, to DEI and data-centric recruiting, there have been a lot of challenges in finding top talent.

Proactive Candidate Engagement Is Critical

Most candidates apply to multiple companies simultaneously. In order to attract and keep the best talent, companies must enhance their interest levels by engaging with them regularly. To keep  candidates from moving on to other opportunities, companies must build a strong candidate engagement strategy.

  • Be proactive about communication
  • Respond to questions promptly and thoroughly

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Are Still Important

DEI is one of the most discussed trends in 2023. But it isn’t just about making everyone feel welcome at work.  It’s more about seeing how different perspectives can help drive innovation and problem-solving. That’s why companies that value DEI tend to do better financially over time than those that don’t.

Becoming a Gig economy

By definition, the gig economy is a system of temporary, short-term or contract positions where companies employ freelancers and/or contractors. The gig economy model has gained popularity over traditional employment because it allows people to choose when, where and with whom they want to work.  According to a study conducted by ADP Research Institute, the gig economy accounts for a third of the world’s working population.

  • Approximately 68 million workers in the United States work freelance.
  • 36% of the US workforce have done freelance work in the past 12 months.

Employer Branding

The increase of social media and mobile technology has changed how companies market themselves to potential candidates.  As a result, recruiters must adapt their recruiting strategies accordingly. 82% of candidates consider employer brand and reputation before applying for a job. Candidates want to work for companies that share their values and vision.

Ensuring the best ROI on finding top talent requires staying on top of fast changing methods and technologies to increase efficiencies.  A good company reputation, branding and culture is the key for future success.

Cardinal Staffing Services – Finding Jobs for Over 28 Years

We understand there will always be daily challenges.  That’s why we remain flexible to the needs of our valued clients and candidates.  And why we are still the Best-In-Class staffing partner since 1994. We should be your staffing partner!  Contact us Today!

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