Quiet Hiring: Companies doing recruitment quietly amid layoffs, a trend started in many places in 2022


Posted on 27th Feb 2023 04:13 pm by rohit kumar

The corporate world has seen several trends in the recent past which have grabbed a lot of headlines. These include trends like 'resigning in large numbers', 'quitting jobs quietly', 'working in multiple companies at the same time', and 'applying to other companies' after getting annoyed with the policy of the companies. Now another new trend has been added to it. Which is being called the 'silent recruitment' trend. Under this, the companies are promoting only the people working in the company on the vacant posts.

 

Technical consulting and research company Gartner has revealed this trend. Gartner says that in 2022, companies will focus on finding new talent without hiring. Under this, instead of making new recruitments, the companies are promoting the staff of the company in the vacant places. For this, companies are teaching new skills to their employees. At the same time, temporarily recruiting employees to do a particular job. With the help of this trend, companies do not have to slow down their production in a recession and do not have to lay off.

 

For example, if the recruitment of a Data Scientist is vacant in a company, then the company is identifying the right talent from the already existing employees, teaching them skills, and making them work as Data Scientists. While recruiting temporary employees for other works. Not only the companies are benefiting from this silent recruitment trend, but the employees who are being posted in new departments are also benefiting.

 

In fact, on getting a posting at a new place, the skill of the employee improves and the company's dependence on it also increases. Also, in the event of finding a new job, the employee gets the benefit. According to Gartner, in the year 2022, large-scale recruitment took place at Google. Along with this, many other tech companies also followed this trend.

 

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