Current Staff Help Find, Vet, and Train New Employees

Current Staff Help Find, Vet, and Train New Employees

No one knows an organization better than its current employees. So it makes sense that those “in the trenches” will help you find, hire, and train those who will perform at a high level.

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Research shows that job applicants referred by current employees tend to have superior work credentials, are more likely to be hired, and ultimately perform at a higher level.

After all, no one knows a company’s culture and vision better than those in the trenches—the reason engineers are valuable when it comes to bringing new blood on board.

In fact, employee referrals—touted by Forbes magazine as “the holy grail of hiring”—are the number-one source of new hires in corporate America.

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