The evolving workplace: How to keep compensation offerings in line with expectations
Let’s take a look at what employees are seeking from their current and new positions in the year ahead.
By Tanya Jansen|January 13, 2022 at 09:12 AM
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The workplace has shifted immensely in 2021, with the U.S. forced to grapple with a historic labor shortage. Employees have grown used to their home offices and virtual team meetings. And perhaps most striking, employers saw employees gain the upper hand and voice their desires for better compensation and benefits packages in this candidate’s market.
Employees’ needs have continued to evolve over the course of the pandemic. As a result, if employers want to hire and retain workers during this labor shortage, they need to further consider employees’ expectations. To unpack what employees are looking for going into 2022, beqom conducted an Employee Expectations in Hiring Report, to dig deeper around these expectations, and how employers will need to adjust.
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