Top 5 HR Trends in 2023


Let's take a look at the hottest HR trends in 2023. What your business should be ready for to transform your workplace into an ideal place? Find out here.

The past few years have completely changed our workplace, which led to HR rethinking many processes in a business.

In 2022 vast majority of companies tried to come back to the pre-covid norms. However, many studies showed it was impossible to return to what we had before. This means we must adapt to the new reality.

Therefore, in 2023 companies will continue finding new ways of working with these top 5 areas on a rise in HR:

  1. Hybrid Work
  2. Employee Well-being
  3. Skills Hiring
  4. Automation of Manual HR Processes
  5. Up-Skilling HR

1. Hybrid Work Is Ideal For Many Workers

One of the continuous trends of 2023 is hybrid working. Accenture’s survey found out 83% of workers prefer a hybrid work model and 63% of high-growth companies have already adopted a “productivity anywhere” workforce model.

Therefore, many companies might consider the next models for workers in the following year:

  • Fully remote scheme to allow employees to work from the comfort of their home
  • Hybrid work with several days a week in the office 
  • Return to the office on a full-time basis

This shift in work culture will drive transformation in 2023, and the HR Department is the leader to support employees in it.

2. Employee Well-being Is Crucial For HR Department

Having various workplace models at work in 2023, HR professionals have to be ready to prioritise employees’ well-being. 

For example, Gartner identified ‘workforce health’ term that includes the health of employees, the state of trust between individuals, teams and leadership, and the work environment. 

This approach will improve workforce performance and lead businesses to a new level of success.

3. Skills Hiring Is Vital For Business Transformation

The market for skilled workers is evolving year after year. What was the ideal skillset 5 years ago is not applicable anymore. For example, the total number of skills required for a single job is increasing by 6.3% annually, which leads to a need for a hiring process transformation.

4. Automation of Manual HR Processes Is On The Rise

Many specialists in the field spend double of time manually collecting all information from candidates as they don’t have any tools that could help them. Thus, at Allsop, we have HR Automation Software that collects all information from the candidates automatically. Apart from it, the programme also includes a voice process you can see below.

5. Up-Skilling HR Is Essential For Business

The mentioned business transformation is vital for companies. However, it also means that the HR department must be up-skilled to the required level. Therefore, to have a great workplace in 2023, businesses should consider budgeting for employee training. 

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