In this video, Joe Gibbs, owner of Joe Gibbs Racing and former Washington Redskins coach, shares his principles for finding the right people for the job. To choose the team for the Washington Redskins, scouts for Coach Gibbs would talk to each candidate's junior high, senior high, and college teachers, trainers, and coaches. Coach Gibbs says, "If you find that the person has a long history of doing the right thing, chances are you will be choosing the person who will be a success for you." No manager wants to hire the wrong employee for the job. So, before hiring an employee, most companies check several sources of information including application forms, interviews, tests, and references. How does this compare to the recommendation to "go back as far as you can and research their history"? If you were a manager, which references would you check before hiring an employee?