Determine the Right Recruitment Process Outsourcing Solution for Your Organization
Do more with your TA function by doing less in-house. Outsourcing TA activities frees up time for strategic projects and in-house upskilling.
There are a number of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) vendors in the market; finding one that is best suited for your organization and specific needs can be daunting.
An RPO solution is not always the best fit. Organizations must determine if it’s the right decision and which model of outsourcing is most appropriate.
A vendor relationship has to be nurtured to ensure the RPO solution succeeds in meeting its objectives.
The performance of your Talent Acquisition (TA) process can be elevated by outsourcing tactical activities to an RPO provider, freeing up resources to focus on strategic projects, and in-house upskilling.
Impact and Result
Investigate your pain points when it comes to current TA processes and requirements to determine what is driving the need to outsource.
Conduct market research either informally or through a Request for Information (RFI) to get an understanding of the vendor landscape and those capable of meeting your needs.
Use a defined Request for Proposal (RFP) process to solicit proposals for the RPO and form a proposal evaluation committee to objectively evaluate vendor RFP responses.
Proactively prepare the vendor for a successful and collaborative relationship by being clear about your expectations and providing them with essential organizational information required to customize service delivery.
Determine the Right Recruitment Process Outsourcing Solution for Your Organization Research & Tools
1. Decide if RPO is appropriate
Decide if RPO is suitable to address your
TA needs and
outline the goals and
metrics for an RPO solution.
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