Dec 28, 2022 1:46:36 PM | 3 Min Read

Recruiting Trends to Look Out For in 2023

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Recruiting Trends to Look Out For in 2023

Technology is constantly evolving. With each passing year, new trends emerge and existing trends are refined. This holds true with recruitment; just as technology has been changing the way we work, it also changes the way we recruit and hire talent. As we look ahead to 2023, here are a few recruiting trends that will keep you on the cutting edge of hiring practices.

Remote Workforce and Automation

The pandemic has accelerated the trend of remote work, with many companies looking to create more flexible work environments without compromising productivity. This could mean a larger remote workforce in the future, as well as an increase in automation technology to further enhance efficiency. Automation can help streamline mundane tasks such as data entry and onboarding processes, freeing up time for recruiters to focus on finding quality candidates while still maintaining compliance standards.

AI-Driven Recruiting Processes

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming an increasingly popular tool for recruiting processes. AI can be used to streamline tedious tasks such as resume screening, initial candidate conversations, and even background checks. AI can also help predict which candidates are best suited for a particular job based on their skillset and experience. Additionally, AI-driven recruiting tools can help HR professionals better assess candidate fit by analyzing language cues during interviews or assessments.

Video Interviews

Video interviewing is quickly becoming commonplace in the recruitment process. Many companies have adopted video interviewing platforms to save time and money while also increasing efficiency in their hiring process. Video interviews allow employers to easily review multiple candidates’ answers without having to arrange any physical meetings, which saves both time and resources. Additionally, companies can now easily conduct remote interviews with qualified candidates who may not be able to travel for an in-person meeting due to distance or other factors.

Automated Assessments  

Automated assessments are a great way for employers to quickly identify qualified candidates from a pool of applicants without having to manually screen through resumes or applications themselves. Automated assessments can include tests that measure cognitive ability as well as personality tests that measure attitudes, values, and behavioral traits that might be relevant for certain positions within an organization. This eliminates much of the guesswork associated with selecting high-quality candidates while reducing bias in the hiring process by removing human subjectivity from the equation entirely.

Recruiting success depends on staying up-to-date with industry trends—and 2023 promises some exciting opportunities for HR professionals who embrace these advancements in technology early on. By leveraging these innovative tools such as AI-driven recruiting processes, video interviews, and automated assessments into their recruitment strategies now, companies will be well equipped when these advances become more mainstream in just a few short years from now!


endevis has evolved into a national talent & workforce solutions provider with offices throughout the nation. With a focus on healthcare, engineering, and IT staffing, the organization has won a handful of awards across its Professional Direct Placement, Professional Contract Staffing, and Recruitment Process Outsourcing Solutions. For more information, please email ROI@endevis.com.

Topics: Strategy, Recruitment Strategy, Forecasting

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