Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) is a form of business process outsourcing where an employer transfers all or part of its recruitment processes to a recruitment agency. An RPO partner can offer its own recruitment
The rise of RPO partnerships can be attributed to the 4 percent unemployment rate, the lowest we’ve seen in years. This means businesses must be the best at recruiting and expert marketers. And that’s a lot for a company to take on themselves.
All outsourced recruitment is performed under the client’s brand. There are dedicated recruiters, marketing efforts, custom recruitment strategies and technologies implemented to fill that client’s internal open job requisitions. Sometimes, the recruiters sit onsite with the client; however, most of the time, the recruiters work at the RPO provider’s office. (This helps keep costs down.)
RPO services can include a wide range of recruitment responsibilities, such as sourcing, recruiting, marketing, screening, selection, offer management, interview preparation and scheduling, due diligence, pre-hire paperwork
RPO can be a solution for just about everyone. Whether you have high-volume recruitment or high turnover, hard-to-fill positions or seasonal recruitment needs, some version of RPO can help make your life easier. And who doesn’t want that?
At Hueman, we realize that just like every person isn’t the same and neither is every business. So, our classic RPO solutions aren’t black and white. Our business is built on a concept of recognizing and respecting individuality and adaptability. We learn what makes your business unique, and then, we build a personalized RPO solution perfect for your businesses’ needs.Learn More
In today’s market, there are plenty of technology platforms that can help you source for a job opening or two. In our experience, those platforms are only a tool—not a solution. Subscription recruitment takes care of that.Learn More
Hiring a full-time recruiter isn’t the right option for everyone. At Hueman, we understand hiring needs eb and flow. When your organization’s circumstances temporarily change, a temporary, contract recruiter could be your perfect fit.Learn More