The Year Ahead: Recruiting Trends That Will Affect Your Firm in 2023


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What are the emerging trends that will affect staffing and recruiting firms in 2023? In this webinar, Eric Gregg of ClearlyRated, the association’s satisfaction survey partner, and Daniel Culbertson of Indeed will share the latest industry data—from job posting trends and quit rates to the attitudes and perspectives from staffing firm clients, talent, and employees—and discuss the movements that will shape the year ahead. Register today for this opportunity to hear the latest staffing and recruiting analysis and get ready to charge into 2023 with clarity and purpose.

During this webinar, attendees will learn

  • What Indeed’s latest research on job postings, hiring incentives, remote work, and the recovery suggests for recruiting in the new year
  • Lessons gleaned from the feedback and perceptions of staffing firm clients, talent, and employees—and emerging trends for 2023
  • How your firm culture can become a strategic asset that drives client experience and employee engagement
  • Keys to growth in 2023 despite economic uncertainty


Eric GreggEric Gregg

Founder and chief executive officer, ClearlyRated

Gregg founded ClearlyRated, bringing his expertise in marketing and quantitative analysis to some of the nation’s top professional service organizations. Since its founding, ClearlyRated has sustained double-digit growth by actively partnering with firm leaders and managers to find answers to critical issues of satisfaction and retention.


Daniel CulbertsonDaniel Culbertson

Economist, Indeed

Daniel Culbertson is an Economist with the Indeed Hiring Lab, a global research institute committed to advancing the knowledge of HR professionals worldwide by using Indeed’s unique dataset to uncover the latest labor market trends. Daniel was previously an economist with Moody’s Analytics and holds a Master of Arts in economics from the University of Delaware. Along with other Indeed economists, Daniel is frequently invited to brief the employers and the media on economic and labor trends as well as offer commentary in the mainstream media.

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