Internal recruitment

Internal recruitment is when the business looks to fill the vacancy from within its existing workforce. External recruitment is when the business looks to fill the vacancy from any suitable applicant outside the business.

  • Internal recruitment is not always exploited to its full potential.Some companies tend to look at outside talent without realizing that some of their best employees may be waiting for an opportunity. For this not to happen, it is important to observe the human capital present in the company itself.


  • As a good recruiter, you not only perform your daily tasks. You also make sure that the company constantly attracts and retains good people by providing candidates who will make a difference. But how does a good recruiter succeed in this? It's probably not just one answer to that question. Below is a list of some of the properties required to succeed.

  • In a perfect world, HR and Marketing work closely together in all recruitment processes, and each job announcement results in many well-qualified candidates. Unfortunately, we are not living in a perfect world, and it is rare for the marketing to become involved when recruiting. Fortunately, marketing efforts are not reserved for marketers, but if you are willing to read a little further, I will give you some tips from the inside.

Internal recruitment

The assessment of an employer's current staff to ascertain if any current employees are sufficiently skilled or qualified to perform the required job vacancies. When a business engages in internal recruitment, a current employee might be reassigned to the new position by giving them either a promotion or an internal transfer.