You are missing out on good talents possibly because the people who would be suitable for your organization aren’t even applying for the job. Known as passive candidates, such people are already employed and aren’t actively looking for a new job opportunity. Some of the passive candidates might have rich experience and desirable skills, hence successfully and satisfactorily employed. However, the fact that they are not on a job hunt and thus aren’t being interviewed by other recruiters makes them ideal candidates for your organization that you can hire without the probability of losing them to your competitors. Statistics suggest that passive talents are 33% more likely to be looking for challenging work and 120% more likely to impact your business positively. However, hiring such candidates for your organization is always a challenging job because it’s tough to identify and target them as they are not looking for new employment. And, many recruiters make the mistake of assuming that if they aren’t applying for new jobs, they are probably not interested in one. But it has been found that many passive talents are very much interested in exploring a new opportunity if they find it attractive enough.