In this episode 181 of the podcast I bring you my thoughts on the main changes to the world of work that employers need to be aware of.
These are my views on what has caused the change and what employers have to consider moving into 2022.
I would be very interested to hear your thoughts on this? Have I missed something? What do you think will be the biggest change in 2022? Please leave a comment below or email me email@example.com.
In this episode of the podcast I cover:
- The issue of recruitment and retention.
- Why recruitment and the shortage of staff and skills is critical to business and business growth.
- Why, in my view, there has been a ‘perfect storm’ of factors coming together at the same time.
- The ‘shift in power’ that has come about as a result of the recruitment and retention crisis.
- What employers can do on a practical basis to resolve and reduce the impact.
- Why hybrid working is changing the world of work.
- The importance of planning properly in advance of implementing a long term hybrid working policy.
- Contractual changes required by law and good practice.
- Legislative changes that have been made or are pending.
- Future possible changes being led by legislation.
- Why the pace of real time practical change in HR and the working environment far exceeds that of legislative change.
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