The RPO can deliver "quick wins" with lower costs per hire, but focuses on a larger picture of long-term value added rather than stopping after the final targets have been met. In addition, the RPO model reduces the financial burden on the client by using a risk-sharing solution.

Fremont, CA: Recruitment Process Process Outsourcing (RPO) refers to a form of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) where all or part of an organization's internal talent acquisition process is outsourced to a third party provider for an agreed period of time in an effort to increase recruitment capacity and effectiveness.

The RPO provider partners with the organisation to design and deliver a customised solution to their talent acquisition needs, including an increase or replacement of the need for internal recruitment resources.As a true extension of the Talent Acquisition Team, the RPO provider has the ability to recruit for any/all roles across the enterprise, leveraging economies of scale as opposed to traditional staffing or search firms that only recruit within their niche, and typically for a lower number of positions.RPO teams are subject matter experts in talent management; they have a repeatable scientific approach to recruitment strategies as well as invest heavily in analytics to drive business forward.

AdvantagesTalent management companies

Reduces Recruitment Costs

The RPO can deliver "quick wins" with lower costs per hire, but focuses on a larger picture of long-term value added rather than stopping after the final targets have been met. In addition, the RPO model reduces the financial burden on the client by using a risk-sharing solution.

Promotes Job Brand

Applicants are flooded with job alerts, recruiter calls, and often multiple job offers at once. This talent-driven market makes it possible for candidates to be more selective in whom they work and often require more than just competitive compensation.The RPO will drive a strong, consistent message and build a value proposition. Candidate experience is one of the most neglected, but mission-critical components of recruitment.