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4 Exceptional Benefits of RPO (Recruitment Process Outsourcing)

By HR Tech Outlook | Thursday, January 16, 2020

An RPO provider understands the culture of an organization, its value, and its hiring goals. This higher level of understanding helps the company to achieve both long and short term goals. Here are a few benefits of RPO.

FREMONT, CA: Choosing a product or service is never easy for a company, and the same goes while recruiting for it. The very first question that strikes is "how the product or service is going to help the company?" Thankfully recruitment process outsourcing or RPO providers have all its answers. An RPO provider understands the culture of an organization, its value, and its hiring goals. This understanding helps the company to achieve both long and short term goals. Here are a few benefits of RPO.

Cost-Effective

There is no such company that doesn't want to reduce its operational cost. The prime advantage of having an RPO is a drastic reduction in cost. In simple terms, an RPO saves company’s money in the long run. To match perfectly with the fluctuating hiring needs of the clients, RPO providers can scale up or scale down their recruitment activities, accordingly. Every business wants the unfilled position to get filled as soon as possible, as every unfilled position costs a company.

Quality Hires

RPO, through its rigorous process, makes qualitative hires. They invest their energy, time, and resources into screening, sourcing, and presenting the most qualified and fit candidates in terms of talent to the client. The collective talent stream offers a refined pool from which the client can find their ideal candidates. Referral activation is a unique feature that RPO provides.

Scalable Model

As companies experience ebbs and flows to staffing, an RPO model is standardized to flex accordingly. While expanding or opening a new department, a company will need more staff, and if it is downsizing, it will freeze hiring. RPO providers are built with the structures to adapt to any situation. They can scale their recruitment team both ways. At the end of the day, the client pays for the service; successfully filled vacancies, nothing less, nothing more. Being flexible, RPO providers can accommodate every situation. Prices are charged on closed positions.

Stakeholder Engagement

RPO improves the hiring manager and senior leadership engagement by fulfilling pre-agreed SLAs or service level agreements. The efficiency of the recruitment procedure and the quality of hires lead to high levels of HR satisfaction. Essentially RPO allows the client to get on with the business of being a business.

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