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Where does a hiring slow down leave you?

Post the pandemic, we've seen an incredibly buoyant market, with open job requisitions at an all-time high, and significant movement in the market.  I've asked myself numerous times if this is sustainable; wage inflation has been on the up, and at some point something has to give.  

What should employers do?  This is certainly a time to reflect on the value proposition that you offer to your candidates, the experience that you provide, and how you manage your internal market place. Some useful food for thought in Josh Bersin's article.

As the economy slows (which is clearly coming soon), lots of great employees are going to stop jumping into new jobs. So the sooner you “upgrade your workforce” the better you’ll be prepared for the next few years.


employee enagagement, internal mobility, employer brand, candidate attraction, talent climate, talent acquisition