Filling openings internally may motivate employees to stay and grow in the organization rather than pursuing career opportunities elsewhere. Internal recruitment is when the business looks to fill the vacancy from within its existing workforce. The most common internal recruiting methods include organizational databases, job postings, career plans, current employee referrals, and re-recruiting of former employees and applicants.
This video from Gregg Learning gives examples of how employers can find employees who are well-informed about the company and interested in a long-term relationship
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