What the evolving workforce wants from their employers in 2022

Despite hiring intentions across the UK hitting a thirty-year high, employers are still struggling to fill their vacancies, with talent shortages remaining a significant challenge for organisations.

Employers are experiencing difficulties finding candidates with the right mix of experience and skills to fill their roles. This is partly due to a combination of skills shifts, the impacts of Brexit and the widespread repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Alongside this, in 2022 we are continuing to see the world of work transform and the wants of the workforce evolve.

Employers are now acknowledging that they need to meet new and changing employee expectations in order to overcome the talent crisis. Failure to do so may lead to a greater exodus of their workforce.

In this session we’ll explore:

  • The trends we’re seeing in today’s UK workforce, focusing on the wants and needs of workers today

  • Solutions for businesses who are looking to attract the right talent

  • How businesses can thrive by investing in their people

  • Petra Tagg
    Petra Tagg
    Key Accounts Director
  • Sarah Mitchell
    Sarah Mitchell
    Head of Account Development
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About Manpower

Manpower has been a global leader in contingent and permanent recruitment workforce solutions for over 70 years. Since 1948, our purpose has remained consistent - we connect people with meaningful and sustainable work.

Whilst our purpose remains constant, the world of recruitment is evolving fast. Technology innovations are reducing traditional value.

We see people and unemployment at scale and witness first-hand the trends which are changing the world of work around us.

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