September 25 , 2018

Employee Referrals – Your Go To Strategy For 2014

Upcoming Webinar

presented by Dr. John Sullivan

 If you’re frustrated with the mostly mediocre results produced by your current corporate employee referral program, it is important to realize that with only a handful of action steps you can dramatically improve both the quality and the volume of referrals. Referral Program managers need to realize that there is a growing performance gap between average referral programs and the emerging advanced ones. Advanced programs result in referrals reaching nearly 50% of all hires and they can receive as many as 8 referrals for each open job. These advanced programs can produce the highest quality, the fastest hires and even lower-cost hires than other sources. The keys to dramatically improving your results include understanding how to motivate your employees and managers to produce high-quality referrals, how to proactively seek out referrals, how to assign referrals and how to expand program coverage to increase referrals. Common referral program errors will also be highlighted and solutions for each will be provided. The webinar leader, Dr. John Sullivan, is the leading global expert in referral program design. During this highly interactive session, he will provide you with tips, action steps, best practices and he will answer your questions. As competition for top talent increases, upgrading your program to the next level is becoming an essential strategic step that can no longer be postponed.

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About Dr John Sullivan

Dr John Sullivan is an internationally known HR thought-leader from the Silicon Valley who specializes in providing bold and high business impact; strategic Talent Management solutions to large corporations.

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