For many employers, sourcing internally is becoming a main priority.
According to our latest iCIMS Workforce Report, where we bring together trends from our 332+ million global users with insights from HR leaders, internal mobility is #trending.
72% of HR professionals report that up to half of their workforce has been shifted into new roles.
Our findings indicate employers today are looking within to fill specialised roles:
Having the right talent in the right seat helps increase an organisation’s adaptability and success. Therefore, with the right recruitment technology to support your mission, you can build upon your diverse, winning workforce.
How do you ensure your current recruiting software supports internal mobility?
Build an internal pipeline of talent within your candidate relationship management platform by offering product training, mentorship programmes, and opportunities for personnel of any role or rank to develop new skills. Better still, use success stories to attract new external candidates via internal talent community newsletters or social posts.
Create an employee career site to make it easier for line Managers to find internal candidates with in-demand skills and for personnel to move internally. Use the internal career site to share pictures, employee-generated videos, and success stories from around the organisation.
Cross-training personnel is a low-cost way to foster knowledge sharing and preserve institutional insights. It’s also an excellent way to ensure you hold on to your best talent. Provide your personnel with a clear path to growth and future success to keep them engaged and continuously innovating at your organisation.
As you build your workforce, it’s critical to see how your current recruiting software supports unbiased and data-driven decisions and helps support your internal growth goals. (Dive into more stories, strategies, and tactics for diversity and inclusion in recruiting here.)
Want to learn more about the strategies and tech needed to build a diverse, winning workforce? Check out the 2021 Recruiting Strategies Guidebook.