When we talk to companies about Employee Referral Programs (ERP), we’re often told that the organization already has one in place. However, the reality is that most legacy programs fall way short of world-class standards and even average standards. Limited participation is the biggest shortcoming of most old-school ERPs. Less than 5% of the workforce actively refers job candidates. To better understand why, let’s look at some core design and execution flaws.
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