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Q4 Round-Ups From Trend Champions

Building on previous updates to the 2023 SIOP Top 10 Work Trends, our Trend Champions have curated several highlights for our Q4 Round-Ups. Insights from our champions include ideas for how organizations may need to develop their efforts of ensuring inclusive environments and cultures in 2024 in Trend 4; thoughts on revisiting people strategies in economic uncertainty to best support employees in Trend 7; and information on tailoring work needs, shorter workweeks, and how to prioritize wellness in Trend 10.

You can access these highlights, as well as links to get to know and connect with our Trend Champions, on the Top 10 Work Trends webpage. As a reminder, the 2023 Top 10 Work Trends are:

  • Trend #1: Rethinking the employee experience of remote workers – Lewis Garrad 
  • Trend #2: Best practices for managing a hybrid workforce – Lucia Nkem
  • Trend #3: Managing the transition into the postpandemic world – William Luse   
  • Trend #4: Ensuring inclusive environments and cultures – Ludmila Praslova   
  • Trend #5: Talent attraction and retention in a candidate-driven market – Li Lin
  • Trend #6: Reshaping work to address employee’s mental health – Keaton Fletcher   
  • Trend #7: Revisiting people strategies in times of economic uncertainty – David Le Mentec   
  • Trend #8: Psychological safety in the workplace – Juliette Nelson
  • Trend #9: Leadership development and coaching – Karanveer Syal
  • Trend #10: Integrating work, life, and family – Nicole Genest   

If you are featured in the media (article, podcast, interview, webinar, etc.), using your I-O psychology expertise to conduct research related to these Top 10 Work Trends, or are applying your scientific knowledge to help organizations address these Top 10 Work Trends, reach out to our Visibility-Media Subcommittee representative, Emilie Seyfang, to share. We would be honored to feature your impactful contributions in our next quarterly round-up.

Background
At the end of 2022, SIOP members identified a list of the expected and predicted 2023 Top 10 Work Trends. Although the identified trends were multifaced and complex, some were more focused and had their origin from the distress of a global pandemic and critical social issues in 2020 or were linked to fears of a recession, inflation, or unexpected layoffs at the turn of 2022-2023.

The trends were announced at the beginning of MarchTrend Champions were then selected to monitor the latest developments in research and practice on each of these trends throughout the year. The Q1 Round-Ups, Q2 Round-Ups, and Q3 Round-Ups are available on the SIOP website.

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