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How effective is your recruitment technique?

Recruitment process outsourcing, or RPO, is when you transfer all or part of your recruitment to an external provider. An RPO agreement with Hays would allow us to take responsibility for your permanent recruiting, improving your candidate attraction processes and overall time-to-hire.

Reasons why businesses take advantage of this: 

  • It provides you with access to the right people at the right time
  • We’re on-site with our clients, providing dedicated permanent workforce solutions
  • We become part of your team, working with hiring managers under your brand
  • Working with us you will be able to attract and engage talent with a number of benefits, including cost savings.

 

Our simple, yet powerful RPO solutions will help give your business the competitive edge and bring your brand to life through every candidate interaction.

From modular, co-source and in-source, to outsource and total talent, or any combination of solutions, our resourcing diagnostic programme supports the design of a solution that is carefully tailored to meet your immediate needs. 

How to outsource your permanent recruitment

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