Recruiting and HR in 2023


This summer we asked hundreds of HR leaders for their thoughts on what HR will look like five years from now, in the year 2023. Corporate Recruiting HR Trends Talent Acquisition Featured

Our HR Predictions for 2023

NextWave Hire

Last week we asked for your HR predictions for the year 2023. In fact, we think the number of PeopleOps people will 40x to 200,000 by 2023. We asked a question around what HRTech won’t exist in 2023. In 2023, LinkedIn will be around 1/10th as powerful. That will have changed drastically by 2023. The post Our HR Predictions for 2023 appeared first on NextWave Hire Blog And, a bunch of people called us out for not providing our own predictions!

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Digital Wallets to Represent Half of Global eCommerce Sales by 2023

Group W Partners

The report predicts that digital wallets will represent half of global eCommerce sales by 2023, while “Buy Now, Pay Later” (BNPL) methods emerge as the fastest-growing online payment preference over the next five years. JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb.

Predicting The Future of HR and Recruiting for the Year 2023

NextWave Hire

The post Predicting The Future of HR and Recruiting for the Year 2023 appeared first on NextWave Hire Blog. I love predicting the future. Whether it’s making a bet with a friend over whether or not they’ll eventually quit the job they hate, or figuring out whether a new piece of technology will actually become a thing – it’s just fun to think about what may or may not happen and why.

How Employee Appreciation Can Improve Productivity and Retention


With WHO classifying burn-out as an “ occupational phenomenon ,” and a Work Institute study discovering that “35% of employees will leave their jobs by 2023 to go work somewhere else,” employee appreciation has never been more important.

Cybersecurity Essentials for Recruiters


According to a recent report by Juniper, cybercriminals will steal around 33 billion records from companies in 2023. For the recruitment industry, this prediction is of particular concern

5 Pain Points In Your Candidate Experience (And How To Improve Them!)

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Industry analyst firm Gartner estimates that talent engagement will be adopted by 80% of large organizations (5,000+ employees) by 2023. Did you know that only one-third of candidates report a positive candidate experience?

Employers Stressing Virtual Care, Mental Wellness Amid COVID-19 Uncertainty

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Nearly all employers will offer telehealth coverage for minor, acute services while 91% will offer it for mental health services, a number that could grow to 96% by 2023. While 29% will offer musculoskeletal management virtually next year, another 39% are considering adding it by 2023.

California Law Postpones Many CCPA Employer Requirements Until 2022

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Among other changes to the CCPA, the CPRA would extend the exemption for employee, job applicant, and independent contractor data, as well as for business-to-business communications, until January 1, 2023.

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8 Million Jobs Will Be Added Over the Next 5 Years

Recruiting Daily Advisor

is expected to add 8,310,003 jobs (5.08% growth) from 2018 to 2023—only one-fourth of these jobs will fall within the middle-wage category. Key findings from this study are highlighted below: High-wage and low-wage occupations are expected to have the highest net job growth from 2018 to 2023 at 5.71% and 5.69%, respectively. High-wage and low-wage occupations will each add 1 million more jobs than middle-wage occupations from 2018 to 2023. 2023 Jobs.

Time for Contractors to Prepare for New $15 Minimum Wage Rule

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Beginning in 2023, the minimum wage will be adjusted for inflation. A new proposed rule from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) pushes a $15-an-hour minimum wage for certain federal contractors deeper into the pipeline. Minimum Wage word cloud collage, business concept background.

Massachusetts to See Minimum Wage, ‘Blue Law’ Changes in January

Recruiting Daily Advisor

The minimum will go up 75 cents an hour every year until it hits $15 an hour on January 1, 2023. times on January 1, 2020, and so on until January 1, 2023, when the mandatory overtime requirement will be eliminated altogether. Changes in Massachusetts’ minimum wage and the “blue law” affecting premium pay for certain employees working on Sundays will go into effect on January 1, 2019. The minimum wage will go from $11 to $12 an hour, a result of a law passed last summer.

Unexpected Healthcare Utilization Outcomes During a Pandemic (and What They Mean for Employers)

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Currently, 72% either have a clinic in place or will by 2023. Of these, 34% offer primary care services, and an additional 26% plan to by 2023.

By the Numbers: June 26, 2020


Pre-Recession Levels Not Until 2023? A forecasted 42% annual rate of decline in real GDP for the current quarter will be followed by a ‘swoosh’ recovery getting back to 2019 Q4 levels in early 2023. BountyJobs Bites. CEO Economic Confidence Decreases.

What the 2018 Corporate Tax Cuts Mean for Your HR Department

ClearCompany Recruiting

Companies are allowed to fully, and immediately, deduct the cost of certain equipment purchased after September 27, 2017 and before January 1, 2023. No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, 2018 will bring a new tax bill and changes to the current tax cuts. For the benefit of your company’s HR department, be aware of the financial changes coming this year.

EEOC Gets New Chair, But Major Policy Changes Likely Will Have to Wait

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Her term is set to expire on July 1, 2023, but she may be renominated.

4 Ways Hiring Veterans Can Help Your Company


million military veterans expected to make up the workforce by 2023. Hiring veterans for civilian jobs can be extremely beneficial for employers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics , veterans made up around nine percent of the U.S. population ages 18 years or older — around 20.9 million people — in 2016. And that number is growing, with upwards of 3.5 Here are some the benefits of hiring veterans you may not find on a resume: Performance under pressure.

Final Transparency Rule Adds to Health Plans’ Disclosure Requirements

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Departments of Labor (DOL), Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Treasury include public disclosure requirements that take effect on January 1, 2022, and plan participant disclosure requirements that will kick in on January 1, 2023.

5 Qualities of the Best Live Chat Agents

Employment Technologies

Now 75% of people prefer live chat over any other channel, and the global live chat software market is expected to grow to $987 million by 2023, according to Chris Petrov of Tech Jury. Live Chat Agents Are Now Part of the Frontline in Sales and Service.

Analyzing The Future of HR

NextWave Hire

With that in mind, we thought it’d be fun to use this month to focus our Whiteboard Wednesday series on predicting what HR would look like in 2023. What will be the hardest job title to fill in 2023? What’s your CRAZIEST HR Prediction for 2023? August is a good time to reflect on the past, and plan for the future. Part of this experiment was making our own predictions. And, part of it was asking for your predictions. So, we just got the results back from our survey.

It’s Time to Rethink Employee and Contingent Worker Privacy

The Staffing Stream

Among other stipulations, this legislation will make many businesses with California-based customers or employees, contractors, or suppliers subject to fines, which start at $2,500 per violation from the 1st of January 2023.

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6 Steps for Employers to Get Ready for Cost Transparency

Recruiting Daily Advisor

After years of remaining buried beneath red tape, a federal mandate issued in late 2020 seeks to, at last, bring U.S. healthcare costs into the light of day.

Recruiters: This Year’s Projections

Recruiting Daily Advisor

IDC projects that, from 2021 through 2023, we’ll see the information and communications technology (ICT) industry grow by at least 5% annually thanks to the continued development of new technologies. COVID-19 and all it brought in 2020 took a toll on the economy worldwide.

Connecticut Minimum Wage Increase Kicks in On October 1

Recruiting Daily Advisor

June 1, 2023—$15. Connecticut’s minimum wage will increase on October 1 as the state begins a series of hikes that will eventually make the state’s minimum $15 an hour. The increases will be phased in on the following dates: October 1, 2019—$11. September 1, 2020—$12. August 1, 2021—$13. July 1, 2022—$14. After the $15 level is reached, the state’s minimum wage will be adjusted based on the employment cost index, a federal figure that measures the cost of labor in certain businesses.

How Do Applicant Tracking Systems Work? Here's All You Need To Know

Recruit CRM

billion dollars by 2023. An Applicant Tracking System (ATS) simplifies the hiring process for any HR department.

9 Employee Retention Strategies for Keeping Your Best Talent

Achievers - Recruiting

A staggering 35% of employees may leave their jobs each year by 2023. Employee retention should always be a priority. And with the new normal of remote work, employees have a wider range of potential employers to evaluate than ever before.

It’s Time to Move Beyond Job-Ready Hiring

The Staffing Stream

And in a McKinsey survey of approximately 300 global executives, a majority of respondents said they’ll need to retrain or replace more than a quarter of their workforce by 2023.

Digital Transformation = Talent Transformation


According to Gartner “through 2023, inadequate talent management will cause 60 percent of digital transformation failures.” Digital Business Transformation is the key focus for 2021 following a tumultuous year.

12 Companies Ramping Up Their Diversity & Inclusion Efforts - and How You Can Too

Glassdoor for Employers

representation of Black employees in leadership (VP+) by the end of 2023 New Overall Representation Goals: In addition to their existing goal , they are making a new commitment to increase their U.S. representation of Black employees by 50% by the end of 2023.

3 Tips for Reskilling Your Workforce in 2020

Visier - Talent Acquisition

In a 2018 McKinsey survey, 62% of executives said they will need to retrain or replace more than a quarter of their workforce before 2023. To say that corporate reskilling efforts are important would be an understatement.

By the Numbers: November 1, 2019


and 10% say it was start in 2022 and 2023, respectively. BountyJobs Bites. Wage Growth Slows. The Numbers: U.S. workers’ wages grew 3.2% over the last year. 47.5% of economists predict 2020 will see the start of the next recession. 27% forecast a recession starting in 2021. Source: ADP Research Institute & The Wall Street Journal. Startups Face Challenges When Filling Roles. The Numbers: First-year startups report that they are increasingly facing talent shortages.

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3 Professional Development Strategies for Leaders

Cornerstone On Demand - Talent Management

Sixty-two percent of executives believe they will need to retrain or replace more than a quarter of their workforce between now and 2023, and this skills gap can't be resolved by simply sending everyone back to school, says Darren Shimkus, president of Udemy for Business. Three quarters of today's workforce wants career growth opportunities. In fact, 68 percent of workers believe that policies around training and development are the most vital ones at their companies.

IT Outsourcing in Germany: Why Our German Clients Love Nearshoring


The total market revenue is expected to hit $49,205 million in 2021, and current estimates predict a 3% compound annual growth rate in 2019–2023. The industry trends and our own client record are unequivocal: more and more German companies are looking into nearshore outsourcing.

How to Increase Diversity in the Workplace


Think about things that can have an immediate impact, like removing names from resumes and applications to eliminate unconscious bias when reviewing job seekers, and longer term goals, like having workforce representation that meets or exceeds the US demographic benchmarks by 2023 (a Hireology goal). Diversity and inclusion have for a long while been hot button issues in the workplace.

First In, First Out: Why Recruiters Need To Bear Down In A Bull Market

Fistful of Talent

The math means that employers must add 500,000 new recruiters annually before 2023 to meet the BLS estimate. If talent acquisition is a leading economic indicator (and since job growth certainly is, one could argue so too is the state of our profession, by extension), then it seems like the good times in recruiting will continue for the foreseeable future.

4 Tips for Maximizing the Use of VR in Your L&D Programs

Recruiting Daily Advisor

billion by 2023 and that VR has several benefits for the learning and development (L&D) industry. Research and statistics show that virtual reality (VR) in corporate training will reach a value of $2.8 Source: gorodenkoff / iStock / Getty Images. But before your organization invests a lot of money into VR for its training initiatives, it’s important to know exactly what you can do to make the most of its effectiveness to maximize the returns on your investment.

Managing Cross-Border Payments for International Gig Workers

The Staffing Stream

through 2023. Over the past decade, we’ve seen an increase in the number of freelancers, or gig workers, across the globe. With flexible work hours, further independence, and changing lifestyles, it is no question why this unconventional work style is attractive to many.

Innovation Outsourcing: A How-To Guide


The research and development (R&D) outsourcing market is looking at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 8% by 2023. This is more than healthy progress, and for good reason. When we consider: The head-spinning pace of technological development.

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A Strange New World—Navigating the Recruiting Renaissance

Recruiting Daily Advisor

With a full economic recovery not slated until 2023, according to LaborIQ ® by ThinkWhy, and certain sectors, such as leisure and hospitality, not projected to recapture all jobs until after 2025, some of these issues could linger for years.

Staffing News Of The Day, December 17, 2012

Staffing Talk

Through the agreement, Nelson Solar Projects will provide capital financing and install the array, and the arts center will purchase that power and pay for the financing to fully own the system by 2023. Are Employers Sourcing for Recruiters on Social Media? Wanted Analytics]. Want to be a good boss? Keep your management style simple. The Globe and Mail]. What matters most to employees? [HR HR Reporter]. Randstad Provides 7 Tips for a Successful Job Search in 2013. Business Journal].