5 new trends in the world of work in 2023 and beyond
Nowadays, the working world is changing rapidly. The trend that is expected to change the world of work in 2023 has resulte from the past 1-2 years, that is, the Great Resignation trend. Quiet Quitting), including working in the form of Remote Working, causing workers to have changing needs.
In this year 2023, what will change the world of work? What workers really want or what needs to be developed to keep up with the trends of the working world, WorkVenture has compiled 5 interesting trends in 2023 that will change in what areas. Let’s go to UFABET!
1. More “Quiet Hiring” Hiring
Temporary employment will tend to increase after the news. Big resignation or Quiet Quitting, which is caused by employees losing their minds to work. causing them to not be fully engaged in their work Which has been talked about a lot in the past 2022, causing many organizations to be severely affected. Quiet Hiring has become a strategy that solves many problems with loss of skills, talent and excellent performance. changed to a skill recovery and those abilities without having to hire more regular employees which can take many forms
- Relocation within the organization To provide talented people with key positions that require their specific skills. The company will pay back by giving bonuses. salary increase or add vacation days
- Providing opportunities for employees to upskill to increase work efficiency.
- Hiring freelancers to work in positions that require specific skills
2. “Flexible” work has become a response to employees’ needs.
Today, many employees are still accustomed to remote working, and many companies are looking for solutions to increase the flexibility of working for their front-line workers. A Gartner survey of 405 front-line managers found that 58% of organizations invested in various areas. To improve the work experience of front-line workers. What front-line workers want is greater flexibility, such as working in a hybrid model where they can freely decide what days, shifts, and with whom.
3. Where you graduate may not important as the “skills” you have anymore.
Most of the factors in selecting former employees are based on studies. And past experiences, but in 2023, many organizations will consider selecting people based on skills. Because that’s what they’re looking for. to search for talent more widely. And the more it is a body of knowledge that the university does not teach. But can learn until being able to master it on their own. It’s definitely more interesting than the famous university name.
4. Organizations look at employees. “Be more human”
With many anti-work trends in the past 1-2 years causing stress to employees at work. According to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace 2022 survey, more than 60% of workers say. They are stress about work every day. And combined with the economic, social and political problems of the past year As a result, many employees run out of energy at work. So many organizations turn to care about physical health, mental health and work-life balance of employees in order to retain talented employees. Both support for vacation having experts come to give advice on various problems, allocate time for employees to take care of their health Including the suspension of the meeting on Friday, etc.
5. There is promotion. Missing “social skills”
Working in the form of remote working causes employees to lack social skills. And when they don’t interact with other people in the organization. They feel like they don’t belong in the organization. This makes increasing interaction between employees a priority. The challenge is how to do it without forcing employees to come to the office every day. But still able to feel the teamwork.
A 2022 Gartner study of over 3,500 professionals found that building successful employee relationships is essential. It must consist of 3 factors:
- Employees must feel free to choose their activities.
- The structure and goals of activities must be clear.
- It must be fun and stress free.