In the midst of signiﬁcant business transformation, attracting top talent for our client has never been more important. For the C-suite, securing the right talent is a priority. With a lean corporate Human Resources team in place, obtaining a scalable recruitment solution which would achieve hiring objectives in a timely and cost eﬀective manner was critical. With limited talent acquisition expertise and no applicant tracking system (ATS) in place, the client lacked best in class processes, sourcing mechanisms and technologies. As a result, the capability to eﬀectively measure recruitment performance was also nonexistent.
DreamJobs, a Yoh Company oﬀered a full end-to-end Scalable RPO solution on a pilot basis to help the client begin to achieve their recruitment goals. The pilot engagement included the quick implementation and use of the DreamJobs ATS, access to best-practice consulting and a team of dedicated recruitment resources.
During the pilot, DreamJobs was able to deﬁne, measure, and exceed agreed-upon goals for time-to-ﬁll, interview-to-hire ratios, and client satisfaction ratings while implementing supporting systems and processes. As a result of this success, the client chose to convert from a pilot to an ongoing partnership agreement for Scalable RPO solutions. The partnership has resulted in an average time to ﬁll of 66 days, which is nine days less than the manufacturing industry standard. In addition, the cost of recruitment has been reduced by nearly 49% as compared to the pre-pilot benchmark.
As a result of our recruitment thought leadership and partnering approach, DreamJobs delivered a solution which allows our client to meet their business objectives and achieve the scalability they desired. This ensures that our client can meet the talent acquisition needs of their business as it continues to transform.
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