Do you know what you’re looking for when it comes to buying an RPO solution? Travel through the RPO buying journey with RPOne and Rowena Cooper, head of talent & resourcing at St. Modwen, as we present the RPO Buying Guide.
Your priority is sourcing the very best people in your field to ensure your business prospers. But the right RPO talent partner should help you do much more than that. As well as attracting great candidates, an RPO should help to forecast your future recruitment requirements; examine, critique and improve your job application experience; understand how you’re perceived versus your competitors and find candidates that seamlessly fit your culture.
COVID-19 demonstrated was that the traditional RPO model is no longer fit for purpose and simply handing over the reins to an outsourced provider could be more of a hindrance than a help to your business. Instead, time should be taken to understand how an RPO’s approach will transform your organisation for the better.
If you’ve never procured an RPO before, it can be easy to fall down the rabbit hole of putting price above performance. Yes, commercials are important, but focusing solely on this aspect will see the relationship break down quickly over time.
So, how do you spot a good RPO from a great one?
In this guide, experienced RPO buyer, Rowena Cooper, Head of Talent and Resourcing at St. Modwen, explores the five key things you should look out for in an RPO provider that show they’ll collaborate, support and flex around you, every step of the way.
RPOne, is the Morson Group’s boutique RPO solution. We’ve developed RPOne just as we’ll deliver it – in partnership with our clients, all of whom have different needs, to provide a truly agile talent solution that wraps around your brand today, tomorrow and for the future.
Our mission is simple: offer a flexible RPO solution that scales on-demand. We’re here to change the market, and we’re already well on our way.
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