Change in hiring rate from September 2021 to September 20221:
Below you can see the point change in candidates’ and employees’ confidence in their ability to improve their financial situation. This is comparing figures from August 2022 versus January 20222:
Most important priorities for candidates in the UK, August 20223
In the first nine months of 2022, the number of remote-job postings has slowly decreased, from a peak of 15% in January, to 9% in September. By contrast, views and applications to these roles are holding strong, with 22% of all job post views and 21% of all applications going to these remote roles4
Employees who make an internal move – through either a promotion or lateral change – are more likely to stay at their organisation longer than those who stay in the same role. For example, after one year, employees who have made a move are over 16 percentage points more likely to stay than those who haven’t.
- After two years, an employee who has made an internal move has a 75% chance of staying at their company. An employee who has not made an internal move has a 48% chance of staying at the two-year mark.
- After three years, an employee who has made an internal move has a 64% chance of staying, and an employee who has made no internal moves has a 37% chance of staying.5