Recruiters looking for staff tend to focus on "external" candidates and often forget about the search within the company. A skillful and timely movement of professionals within the company represents the same recruitment, often even more effective. And the larger the company, the more attention should be paid to finding and identifying talent and "grown up" from their professional positions within the company. World practice has shown the effectiveness of this long strategy. Companies such as IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco and Schwab fill numerous vacancies only from internal resources. Read additional details here: “Bernard Golden. We call this program HR-Juche". Speaking candidly Jeff Leiden told us the story. Juche, as is known, is the official ideology of North Korea sealed himself off from the outside world countries and is translated as the reliance on internal resources.
Studies show that a lot of people would like to change jobs. But this does not mean that the same weight would like to change the company. Efficient use of internal resources may be useful and effective "external" recruitment for several reasons: 1. Your candidates are already working in the company, they know it "inside" and involved in your corporate culture. 2. They already know all the nuances of working in the company, "where, how and what to do" all "the ropes", as opposed to "foreign" candidates whose entry into the office and the staff takes weeks and months, and 3. They bring in new position of the turned in another area or department of skills and resources, which has a "quickening" a beneficial effect. 4. You save time and resources to attract people "from outside".