Your next best hire is already a part of your organization. Find them with our internal mobility software platform. ERIN lets you provide employees with lateral or vertical movement in the company at the touch of a button.
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Internal mobility programs aren’t effective if your people find it difficult to engage with. ERIN is built to sustain internal candidate engagement and motivate them to grow their careers with you.
Fully control and customize your internal movement experience and integrate it with your existing internal job board.
Recruiters can immediately see if internal employees match an open position. Invite them to apply with a single click.
ERIN makes it easy for employees to upload their resumes to automatically build their career profiles.
See why ERIN is the most effective employee referral software on the market and how we’re innovating internal mobility solutions.
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Everything about ERIN exists to make the internal mobility process easier. Fill positions quickly, increase retention, and help the talent you have to grow within your organization.
From managing policies and bonuses to managing internal candidate eligibility, we eliminate administrative headaches.
Use our dashboards and analytics to see where your talent mobility efforts are paying off and areas of opportunity.
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Automatically create jobs directly from your applicant tracking system. Automatically import employee data from your HRIS.
ERIN will automatically recommend jobs that are a good fit for an employee, so they can apply with a touch of a button, streamlining internal talent movement.
Employees can easily track the status of their application through the hiring journey.
See how ERIN and employee-powered hiring can help you innovate and elevate your employee referral and internal mobility recruiting experience.
Internal mobility is when an employee moves from one role in the organization to another within the same organization. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a promotion, though. In many cases, it is a lateral move for career development.
An internal mobility program is an intentional set of processes or technologies that encourages the internal movement of employees within the organization. It can be as simple as encouraging employees to apply for open jobs or a career development path for reskilling/upskilling.
An internal mobility strategy is a way for organizations to engage and retain key talent. Instead of developing employees and having the only option for their career as either up or out, an internal mobility strategy gives employees and leaders more options to retain key skills and knowledge.
There are a few different types of options. They include the most traditional types, such as promotions or department transfers. Others include different opportunities, such as project-based roles, rotation assignments, reskilling or upskilling, or temporary assignments.
Internal talent mobility is critical for a few reasons. Employees are looking for opportunities to grow and there aren’t as many promotion paths as there are internal opportunities. Internal mobility gives employees the ability to explore new options without leaving the organization. A company is able to retain valuable skills and company-specific knowledge while also engaging employees for longer periods of time.
Most organizations manage internal talent mobility using some type of talent management system. Unfortunately, quite a few of these systems aren’t really built for effectively identifying and managing candidates. Leaders in HR, learning, and talent acquisition must work together to identify opportunities for internal mobility.
Internal mobility can be increased by driving more awareness about open positions. It also has policies in place that encourage employees to move internally if they want something different from their careers. Solutions like ERIN can help proactively communicate openings for internal candidates and identify employees who can help fill your needs with very little effort from talent management teams.