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Ken Bowles: Employee referral programs can help to secure high-quality candidates

January 4, 2022

Finding the best talent isn’t easy, especially when the talent market is as competitive as it is now. There are, however, plenty of ways you can attract top talent at a low cost.

Ken Bowles, CFO at WilsonHCG, said employee referral programs provide a cost-effective solution to connect with top-quality candidates.   

In an interview with reporters from the Business Journals Leadership Trust, Bowles said such programs can reduce time to hire. He also recommended employers consider incentivizing employees who refer candidates.   

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About WilsonHCG

WilsonHCG is an award-winning, global leader in total talent solutions. Operating as a strategic partner, it helps some of the world’s most admired brands build comprehensive talent functions. With a global presence spanning more than 65 countries and six continents, WilsonHCG provides a full suite of configurable talent services including recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), executive search, contingent talent solutions and talent consulting. TALENT.™ It’s more than a solution, it’s who we are.

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