SmartRecruiters + Checkr Webinar

2022 Outlook: Three Hiring Trends to Watch


With 2022 right around the corner, those of us in talent acquisition may need to brace for even more change. As digitization and globalization have spread, the way we recruit, hire, and onboard has drastically changed.

NPR recently noted, “As pandemic life recedes in the U.S., people are leaving their jobs in search of more money, more flexibility, and more happiness. Many are rethinking what work means to them, how they are valued, and how they spend their time. It’s leading to a dramatic increase in resignations — a record 4 million people quit their jobs in April alone, according to the Labor Department.”

If we want to achieve hiring success – attracting, selecting, and hiring the best talent for any role, on-demand and on budget – we need to prepare our TA teams for more change. Join Checkr and SmartRecruiters as we dive into three trends that will shape hiring in 2022. Our panel of experts will cover:

  • “The great resignation” and “the great rehiring”
  • How to manage new candidate expectations and desires
  • Ways to scale a more agile, flexible workforce

Learn from these experts

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings

Director of Industry Strategy
Checkr

Dave Novak

Dave Novak

Sr. Hiring Success Consultant
SmartRecruiters

Andy Traub

Andy Traub

VP, HR & Allied InclusionWorks
Allied Global Services

Maren Hogan

CEO
Red Branch Media

“As pandemic life recedes in the U.S., people are leaving their jobs in search of more money, more flexibility, and more happiness. Many are rethinking what work means to them, how they are valued, and how they spend their time. It’s leading to a dramatic increase in resignations — a record 4 million people quit their jobs in April alone, according to the Labor Department.”

“As pandemic life recedes in the U.S., people are leaving their jobs in search of more money, more flexibility, and more happiness. Many are rethinking what work means to them, how they are valued, and how they spend their time. It’s leading to a dramatic increase in resignations — a record 4 million people quit their jobs in April alone, according to the Labor Department.”

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