Avoid over-reliance on inside referrals

03/19/2009 | Inc. magazine

Employee-referral programs can be a good idea, but such referrals may sometimes work against the diversity that boosts the workplace experience and perspective. Companies with strong pre-existing networks may also appear insular and even cliquish. To ward off potential problems, a company can take such steps as limiting the number of hires from any one employee's network.

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