We are monitoring the latest trends in the HR World. We checked our Entrepreneur’s last report and summed up for you the work trends in 2022 that arose after the Covid 19 pandemic.
The following trends stand out:
The new offerings to new and old workers will focus on precision and performance-based health and mindset wellness. The old-school insurance game of “These are your benefits with X amount for deductibles” is not a big lure to the next generation of workers.
Newer care will focus specifically on their needs for physical, mental, and spiritual support.
Employee retention, burnout, and turnover are high in all facets of the workforce. The last two-plus years of dealing with Covid19, lockdowns, relegation to working from home, and limited ability to vacation have increased the overall stress on the workforce, particularly in the upper ages of Generation X and millennials.
Some of the measures to prevent burnout are:
Each position in the company needs to have recorded how-to’s. If an employee leaves, another can be quickly trained to do their job daily, or that position can be cross-trained to fill in the gaps until someone is fully trained from the video training.