We all know that candidates place a high level of importance of career progression when thinking about joining a new employer. Especially those candidate who have high potential and high ambitions, those you know are going to go the extra mile. Typically employers will respond that you can progress your career with them, training is provided and opportunities will present themselves.
But are we actually getting internal mobility right?
Are candidates actually getting the opportunities for that internal move once they've proved themselves? Its a tough topic and one that could be the difference between hiring a great candidate and not.
Have a read through this article and see how you check out.
As demand for talent heats up in the midst of candidate scarcity, addressing the issue of attracting suitable, qualified, skilled or experienced candidates is still the number one issue for many in-house recruitment teams. Does an effective Internal Mobility strategy provide a solution?