3 Of The Most Important Employee Demands In 2022

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Human resource company Ceridian has revealed the three things new and current employees want in 2022.

The three demands include more flexibility, elastic hiring within the workplace, and increased benefits. Ceridian surveyed nearly 3,000 people from the United States, U.K., Canada, and Australia for its report.

For the flexibility demand, a large proportion of respondents were positive about their job.

The reason for this is that employers are now allowing them to achieve their goals one of which includes getting a promotion. To meet this demand, Ceridian notes that keeping optimism high remains an important criterion.

With regard to the demand for elastic hiring within the workplace, employers are recommended to follow a practice called “elastic hiring,” whereby employees are divided into different roles according to their needs in order to meet the skills learned and developed.

Employees can help meet the demand for higher performance by focusing on the mental and physical financial well-being of their employees in different ways.

“Formalizing more intentional connections through sponsorship and mentorship, encouraging mobility, investing in seamless onboarding and leveraging the right workforce technologies are a few musts for employers to consider when thinking about how to improve the experience for hybrid or remote employees,” said Susan Tohyama, chief human resources officer at Ceridian.

For more information, read the original story in TechRepublic.



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