It’s no surprise that employee referral programs (ERPs) are the most effective means of hiring. After all, your employees have a clear understanding of your unique roles and experience requirements, the organizational and business environment in which you operate, and cultural fit factors. As a result, referrals yield the highest-quality hires in shorter timeframes with referred candidates consistently outperforming their counterparts hired through other channels.
So, it’s pretty clear that if you don’t already, you should put some time and effort into building a quality program. But just because you build it does not mean they will come. Check out our infographic on ten surefire ways to sabotage your referral program and tips for avoiding them.