The Ultimate Guide to Employee Referrals

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The right people can make or break a company. That’s great news for the self-employed, but unless you have a workforce of one, staffing is a major, perpetual concern.

Sad but true: your employees won’t stay forever. One in three employees will leave a current job between 2013 and 2014, and as the Baby Boomers begin to retire, replacement needs will exceed new job growth vacancies in four out of five occupations. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2010–2020 Employment Project Report forecasts a decreasing overall labor force over the course of the decade, leaving thousands of companies in the lurch.
OK, so you’re about to be very short-staffed, and recruiting is a challenge even when you’re not trying to keep up with large-scale generational turnover. You need to hire some people, fast. But you can’t afford to spend a lot of money. And you need them to start right away. Oh, and they have to be quality candidates. Who won’t leave in six months.

What are you going to do? Download this complimentary E-Book to find out.