Looking to 2023, what are some of the key trends and ideas that will shape people and talent? Here are our People Experience predictions...
1) Innovative benefits
In times of economic uncertainty for people and businesses alike, innovative benefits are a key way to keep employees happy. Are you currently paying for benefits that your employees don’t even use? 2023 will be the year of reevaluating what is on offer, and what people would really like.
Some things to consider:
Subsidised food or travel
Personal development funds
Home office allowance
Increased holidays / work travel opportunities
Future of healthcare benefits: menopause, fertility, paternity etc.
Personal and professional development are the name of the game in 2023. In a shifting talent market, ensuring that you’re equipping employees internally is going to become even more crucial. For most people, group learning and individual learning are best when blended together, but this is going to be the year to ensure you are really catering to employee development needs.
3) Making data work for hybrid
For most companies, hybrid work is here to stay. In 2023, given the tight labour market and increasing expectations, it’s going to be crucial that you have the data in place to make sure that hybrid is working for both the business and employees. What are the ways that data is being utilised? Are there different ways to analyse employee engagement? For DEI, there’s got to be more successful ways of measuring than just headcount?