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We recently followed this idea when we designed our draft employee referral bonus structure. One thing we considered in the design was making the awards high enough to encourage/reward employee efforts while not so high that we get applications for the sake of the bonus. I am really enjoying your blog. Thanks!

Lisa:
Thanks for reading and for the comment! It is a delicate balance - finding an award level that is high enough, but not too high! Good luck with your referral bonus plan!

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