People and workplace trends for the year ahead

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People and workplace trends for the year ahead

Talent leaders are the golden thread to success Strengthening economic headwinds, geo-political unrest, the cost-of-living crisis, the skills shortage and sustainability are just some of the factors forcing organisations to pivot fast and pre-empt threats. Here’s a flavour of the trends you can expect in 2023, as you plan the future workplace and workforce. Trend 1. Retention programs matched to expectations: Free pizza on a Friday no longer cuts it. The next-generation workforce wants more from their employer, including empowered career development, real-time performance feedback and continuous lifelong learning. Retention is a key trend for 2023 Retention and the cost-of-living crisis Smart employers are exploring innovative ways to support staff during the cost-of-living crisis and aid retention. This includes grocery shopping discounts, finance education and gift cards. Trend 2. Sustainability learning content to soar in 2023 Change is coming fast to the learning content landscape. Trend 3. It’s time to democratise learning

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