Stop wasting
time and money!
Start
using employee referrals.
If you’re not encouraging employee
referrals, you’re wasting time, money,
and effort.
Lots of
money.
Fact:
Referrals are
cheaper.
Traditional recruitment methods can
cost upwards of $18,000. Employee
referrals usually cost less than $1,000.1
$1,000
$18...
Fact:Fact:
Referrals are faster.
Time to placement2
Career
sites
Job
boards
Employee
referrals
45 days
39 days
29 days
Fact:Fact:
Referrals are
more effective.
Employee-referred candidates make
up just 6.9% of total candidates
but account for 40% of total hires.3
Fact:Fact:
Referrals reduce turnover.
Retention after 2 years4
Traditional
recruiting
Employee
referrals
20%
45%
Bonus: Because the referral adds a
layer of pre-screening, they have a
350% reduced chance of being fired.5
T E R M I N A ...
Fact:Fact:
Referrals are
more efficient.
Referred candidates are hired at a
rate of 1 to 3. Non-referrals are hired
at a rate 1 to 10.6
Referred candidates
Non-ref...
Fact:Fact:
Referrals yield higher
quality employees.
Referred employees are 25% more
profitable than their peers.7
Fact:Fact:Fact:
Referrals ensure
a good fit.
Your employees will screen out
anyone who doesn’t fit.
Fact:Fact:Fact:Fact:
Referrals broaden
your reach.
Referrals bring jobs to the attention
of people who aren’t actively looking.
We’re hiring!
So what are you waiting for?
Get started!
Step one:
Define your employee
value proposition
Know what you offer
potential employees.
Step two:
Set a goal
How many referrals do
you want? By when?
Step three:
Pick a leader
Designate someone to
champion the project.
Step four:
Create incentives
You’ll get the best
response if you
give your employees
a little something
for their efforts.
Step five:
Spread the word
Your employees won’t
start making referrals
unless they know
you’re looking.
But don’t
stop there!
After the launch, check in, remind
employees, and give updates on
your progress.
!
Download The ultimate
guide to employee
referrals e-book.
DOWNLOAD NOW
Want more tips?
The ultimate guide
to employee refe...
Achievers inspires Employee Success™
. 
Our software helps global companies dramatically increase
employee engagement, ret...
Sources:
1. 	VanNest, Allie. “INFOGRAPHIC: The Cost of Hiring.” GetHired.com blog. GetHired.com, 30 May 2012.
2.	 “Jobvite...
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The ultimate guide to employee referrals

  1. Stop wasting time and money!
  2. Start using employee referrals.
  3. If you’re not encouraging employee referrals, you’re wasting time, money, and effort.
  4. Lots of money.
  5. Fact: Referrals are cheaper.
  6. Traditional recruitment methods can cost upwards of $18,000. Employee referrals usually cost less than $1,000.1 $1,000 $18,000
  7. Fact:Fact: Referrals are faster.
  8. Time to placement2 Career sites Job boards Employee referrals 45 days 39 days 29 days
  9. Fact:Fact: Referrals are more effective.
  10. Employee-referred candidates make up just 6.9% of total candidates but account for 40% of total hires.3
  11. Fact:Fact: Referrals reduce turnover.
  12. Retention after 2 years4 Traditional recruiting Employee referrals 20% 45%
  13. Bonus: Because the referral adds a layer of pre-screening, they have a 350% reduced chance of being fired.5 T E R M I N A T E D
  14. Fact:Fact: Referrals are more efficient.
  15. Referred candidates are hired at a rate of 1 to 3. Non-referrals are hired at a rate 1 to 10.6 Referred candidates Non-referrals 1in3 1in10
  16. Fact:Fact: Referrals yield higher quality employees.
  17. Referred employees are 25% more profitable than their peers.7
  18. Fact:Fact:Fact: Referrals ensure a good fit.
  19. Your employees will screen out anyone who doesn’t fit.
  20. Fact:Fact:Fact:Fact: Referrals broaden your reach.
  21. Referrals bring jobs to the attention of people who aren’t actively looking. We’re hiring!
  22. So what are you waiting for? Get started!
  23. Step one: Define your employee value proposition
  24. Know what you offer potential employees.
  25. Step two: Set a goal
  26. How many referrals do you want? By when?
  27. Step three: Pick a leader
  28. Designate someone to champion the project.
  29. Step four: Create incentives
  30. You’ll get the best response if you give your employees a little something for their efforts.
  31. Step five: Spread the word
  32. Your employees won’t start making referrals unless they know you’re looking.
  33. But don’t stop there! After the launch, check in, remind employees, and give updates on your progress. !
  34. Download The ultimate guide to employee referrals e-book. DOWNLOAD NOW Want more tips? The ultimate guide to employee referrals ™ How to engage employees, save millions, and drive Employee Success
  35. Achievers inspires Employee Success™ . Our software helps global companies dramatically increase employee engagement, retention, and performance to drive overall business success. www.achievers.com
  36. Sources: 1. VanNest, Allie. “INFOGRAPHIC: The Cost of Hiring.” GetHired.com blog. GetHired.com, 30 May 2012. 2. “Jobvite Index.” Jobvite. n.d. Web. 28 Apr. 2013. 3. Ibid. 4. Ibid. 5. Staffing.org, 2011 6. Dr. John Sullivan and Associates research 2008–2011 7. Burks, Stephen, Bo Cowgill, Mitchell Hoffman, and Michael Housman. “The Value of Hiring through Referrals.” University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business. 26 April 2013.

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