Having spent time selling, buying, implementing and delivering various RPO models in the past, here’s a high-level viewpoint on what a client / potential employee should be looking for in an RPO provider: Strategy & differentiators. Does the RPO provider have a clear business strategy
At Hudson RPO, we have the unique ability to integrate Talent Management tools into the RPO solution that adds value to the process. From the beginning to the end, Talent Management tools can offer additional insight and structure to aid the recruitment team in making
Today, it’s a common buzz word for global organizations that “China is the growth hub and my company is investing in China”. Given the increasing focus on the China market, business leaders are mandated with the mission to expedite the growth here. Your organization can
As part of an RPO team in a global company, we benefit from the opportunity of working with different regions. We are able to learn from each other’s experience and we get to share our point of view with the other side of the world.
Our onsite recruitment solutions have enjoyed great success sourcing passive candidates via social media. Unsurprisingly, our most lucrative channel has been LinkedIn. To a lesser extent we’ve seen some success via Twitter and Facebook as a source of hire however the success via these channels
(1) Break down internal silos for a “total talent acquisition approach.” At many organizations, this is the scenario: Procurement engages a Managed Service Provider (MSP) for temporary hires, while the Recruiting department partners with a Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) provider for permanent hires. By taking