Sourcing of active and potential candidates through deep Boolean search on multiple job boards Our well qualified sources understand the sourcing methodology and their ability to identify high-potential candidates for the requirement assigned to them are remarkable.
The three basic types of RPO engagements can be flexible based on the needs of the client, and RPO engagements can exist anywhere in the spectrum between the three. While the implementation of RPO solutions can be flexible, RPO do significantly more than piecemeal contingency or retained search, staff augmentation, and candidate research. Recruitment process outsourcing providers specialize in the entire range of the recruiting process, giving their clients a breadth of resources and expertise that they cannot have on their own.
On-demand RPO The changing volatility of hiring needs introducing inherited changes to organizations. One quarter you may get a huge contract and need to staff up; the next quarter you may not hit your goals and need to decrease your staff size. On-demand RPO is an answer to this kind of rapid change. In an on-demand RPO engagement, companies have a contract-based engagement with a qualified RPO provider that knows the company, the company’s messaging, their processes and the results they need. The RPO providers are ready to step in whenever the company needs them. On-demand RPO engagement means that if there is a need of sudden increase in hiring, a hiring manager can pick up the phone and have the RPO company’s recruiters on the job, as if they were simply a wing of the hiring manager’s own team.
Function-based RPO In function-based RPO, the RPO provider takes a piece of the company’s recruiting needs entirely off the company’s plate.For instance: If any particular company has one specific division that requires more aggressive and complicated hiring; RPO ensures the hiring and thus in turn the in-house recruiters can focus on the rest of the company.
Full Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) Here, RPO provider provides a company’s entire internal recruiting function. This is the “soup to nuts” version of RPO engagement, where every piece of the company’s recruiting process, such as sourcing, marketing, interviewing, etc. are included in the RPO contract. This ensures that each element of the company’s recruiting is executed by a company that specializes in recruiting and recruitment process outsourcing. Full RPO also means that the RPO provider will give the organization access to the provider’s full breadth of resources, giving the organization a huge advantage in execution.