5 ways to position employee referrals to your management - Zalp

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The way you position your employee referral program to the management team determines its success with regards to gathering support from them. One needs to first understand management expectations from the employee referral program in terms of business results and accordingly align the positioning of the referral program to meet those expectations. Check out top 5 ways suggested by ZALP to position employee referrals to ensure that they are perceived as an important initiative.

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5 ways to position employee referrals to your management - Zalp

  1. 1. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management
  2. 2. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management How you position your referral program to the management team ultimately determines its success with regards to garnering support from them. You need to first understand management expectations from the program in terms of business results and align your positioning of the referral program accordingly to answer those expectations. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management Here are 5 ways to position employee referrals to ensure that they are perceived as an important initiative :
  4. 4. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management Return on Investment is essentially the one indicator most often used by management to decide which initiatives are important and which are not. Be sure to include ROI numbers based on reasonably correct assumptions while positioning your referral program to the management. This means calculating both the expense and investment required to run the program including employee bonuses, marketing etc. as well as the expected benefits and savings of running this program. Return on Investment
  5. 5. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management Human capital is another good index to use while positioning your referral program to management. The growth of organizational human capital in terms of better quality manpower, higher retention rates more productive teams as well as a more engaged workforce are all strong data points to position your referral program on. Quality human capital
  6. 6. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management Since employees act as brand ambassadors to promote the organization in referral programs, employee referrals also have a huge positive impact on your employer brand, that too without having to spend anything on expensive promotions or advertising. A good employer brand is a lasting asset, one which is bound to get management attention and incline them towards the referral program. Build an Employer Brand
  7. 7. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management Slow hiring can often cost the company dearly in terms of lost opportunities and inability to expand as per plan. The impact of faster and more effective hiring by using employee referrals as well as savings of time and effort of the HR and Recruitment team which can be used more productively elsewhere are also important takeaways from the referral program to put in front of the management team. Faster and effective hiring
  8. 8. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management The best selling point to use with management is that employee referrals cost significantly lesser than any other sources of hiring while also helping draw passive candidates to the organization. A referral program rests on the assumption that high performers know other high performers who might not actively be looking out but could be persuaded to join if approached by a friend. The possibility of hiring superior talent increases vastly if employees anchor the discussion, which is why referrals play such a vital role in the talent strategy of the company. Reach Quality Talent
  9. 9. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management Position your program to the management to include these key elements and you are sure to get all the support you need from the management.
  10. 10. 5 Ways to position Employee Referrals to your Management For more information, visit www.zalp.com To book a free demo, drop a mail to info@zalp.com You may also call us for any other assistance 1-866-217-1267 www.linkedin.com/company/zalp www.facebook.com/zalp03 www.twitter.com/zalptweets Zalp integrates with all leading ATS providers.

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