3 Ways Employers are Recruiting Top Talent
A recent report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that U.S. employment is projected to grow by 8.4 million jobs from 2018 to 2028. At the same time, employers are battling an ultra-competitive job market, in which candidates are being wooed by increased pay and enhanced medical benefits.
Today’s smartest employers are thinking more creatively about how to attract talented workers and encourage them to stay. Many are partnering with large landlords to include next-level amenities in their workplaces.
Today’s employers are focused on:
Wellness: Beyond providing competitive health care plans, employers are seeking new ways to encourage and support employees’ health-related activities – a focus that contributes to less absenteeism and greater productivity.
Many major office owners are adding state-of-the-art fitness centers. … features workout studios offering … yoga and … performance classes….”
Convenience: For employees with busy schedules, it can be tough to find enough time in the day to take care of necessary errands. Workers are especially drawn to locales that provide day-to-day services everyone needs without even having to walk outside.
Employee Engagement: With Generation Z workers about to enter the workforce, today’s employers also understand the power of creating engagement within their team, especially among young professionals. Next-level office amenities can increase employee satisfaction and deepen their connection to their employer.
Dallas Morning News, Sunday, February 2, 2020, Section J, page 1, “Jobs, Ways employers are recruiting top talent.
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