Addition to the large amount of vacancies and the record Country Email List depth in unemployment, the 'untapped potential' is also falling. These are the people who want to work (more) but are unable or unable to do so. Factors such as aging and participation also Country Email List play a role. Where previously in certain sectors it was possible to draw on an ample labor market, this has now shrunk by a third due to the aging population. In addition, labor participation has risen sharply. More and more young people, the elderly and women are working. Where we were still at the Country Email List bottom of the list of participation 45 years ago, we now belong to the leading group.
This means that the pond from which we can still fish is Country Email List becoming smaller and smaller. Accept cookies Dealing with the labor shortage in 2022: 5 tips It is clear: your organization has to work harder and harder to attract talent. So work on the shop! But where do you start? We give you a number of tips to ensure that you become an irresistible employer Country Email List for your Country Email List ideal candidate. Tip 1. Keep a close eye on the recruitment budget for 2022 We start with the most important tip: keep a close eye on your recruitment budget for 2022. We already saw Country Email List it last year: governments that no longer had a budget left in the last quarter for recruiting good staff. The number of vacancies in 2021 was much higher than expected and there was therefore not enough budget for recruitment.
The budget turned out to be insufficient and the Country Email List developments in the market were anticipated too late. We also see this reflected in a dip in the number of unfilled vacancies at municipalities in October and November 2021. A&O fund for Country Email List municipalitiesSource: A&O fund for municipalities The result of insufficient attention and budget for recruitment: 64% of the organizations opt for expensive recruitment & selection, in 53% of the cases the Country Email List salary is increased and in 28% of the cases even a lesser.