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Our top articles for October include news that salaries in the new year are expected to lag behind inflation, a guest article by Andre Mileti of Bullhorn on the consumerization of employment, and new research that reveals the importance of salary transparency. 

#1. 2023 Salaries Expected to Lag Behind Inflation: Mercer

Salaries are expected to go up in the new year according to a survey released by Mercer. Still, salaries could lag behind inflation. The average merit increase will be 3.8%, compared to 3.4% in 2022. The labor shortage is the driving factor behind increased compensation budgets.

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#2. Cary Daniel, CEO and Co-Founder of NEXTAFF, on Running a Successful Franchise Model

Cary Daniel joins the show to talk about what led him to co-found a franchise model organization. He touches on personality traits that are often associated with successful business ownership and also talks about how a daily gratitude practice has impacted his life for the better. 

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#3. Andre Mileti, Product Evangelist at Bullhorn, on the Consumerization of the Employment Industry

In this episode of The Staffing Show, Andre Mileti talks about his experience as the product evangelist at Bullhorn and his thoughts on the future of staffing, including a shift toward a connected recruiting framework. He also shares how mindfulness has had a positive impact on his life.

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#4. The Consumerization of Employment — and What It Means for Staffing

This article by guest author Andre Mileti touches on how consumers have come to expect a certain amount of control in their buying processes thanks to technology. A consumer-grade experience through the hiring process has become important, as job applicants can apply to many jobs at once and often abandon processes that take too much time or are cumbersome. 

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#5. Salary Transparency Key for Jobseekers: Adzuna

Salary transparency is a top priority to job seekers according to new data from Adzuna. Lack of salary details or salary clarity on job ads was the biggest frustration for almost 3 in 10 (28%) job seekers. Slightly more (32%) said that if this information isn’t included, they assume the company is hiding something.

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