Recruiting is an extensive process, and certain employers have different job listings for both internal and external candidates, as noted by Chron Small Business. Public companies and private organizations also have different recruitment processes, as stated by About Money.
Companies adopt internal recruitment strategies to encourage growth within the organization, as noted by Chron Small Business. Hiring someone outside of the organization can have a detrimental impact on employee morale. There are a number of internal posting options, including job boards, email flashes and office fliers. Moreover, internal job postings may be geared toward shuffling positions around to give employees exposure to various departments. This approach is known as horizontal internal recruitment.
A strategy involving external recruitment involves seeking candidates outside of the organization, as noted by Chron Small Business. Common approaches include newspaper advertisements, Internet marketing and local job fairs. External recruitment is also a means of filling entry-level positions due to company growth. Companies may also partake in external recruitment by hiring head hunters or dedicated consultants.
Public companies must adhere to certain recruiting regulations that offer less flexibility, as noted by About Money. With the absence of a collective bargaining agreement, private companies have more options for recruitment. Companies can also partake in internal and external recruitment simultaneously and choose the most qualified candidate regardless of his previous position.