Recently, I wrote a blog post for the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA) on the benefits of starting your outsourced recruiting program with a project RPO engagement. The project side of this refers to the limited or targeted use, which provides many companies with an alternative or first-step approach to RPO.
With the first quarter quickly coming to a close, I thought it might be good to re-visit some of the suggestions in the article. Right now, a big, enterprise-wide program for recruiting is not going to be at the top of many CFO’s lists. So, perhaps starting a little smaller might be advisable.
The post, “Project RPO: Thinking Smaller Can Have a Big Impact”, talks about RPO’s project-based model and its many benefits, such as scalability, cost savings and time savings. In a time of cautionary hiring, project RPO may be a good way to get some targeted hiring done while slowly stepping into the world of outsourced recruiting.
To learn more about considerations that play into your decision to take a step into RPO, read the full blog post here. Also, visit the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association to find more information and resources.