Electronics giant Sharp to cut £750,000 in agency costs

For many years, Sharp had relied on traditional recruitment methods, but this approach was costing the business more than £750,000 per annum. Seeking a more efficient and cost-effective solution, Sharp’s senior leadership team decided to switch to recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) to fill more than 270 new roles across Europe.

Leading payment provider saves £600,000 in agency fees

PayPoint had an offsite RPO provider in place, but came to realise that their small HR team could be more effective with the support of an onsite partner. They sought an onsite RPO partner who could help manage recruitment outsourcing, influence daily decision making, and provide recruitment consultancy and strategy advice.

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£3 million of delicious savings for 2 Sisters Food Group

2 Sisters Food Group turns over £3 billion per year as a leading food manufacturing company. Despite its large size, the company lacked a centralised talent acquisition function. Hiring had become fragmented across 43 sites, with a heavy reliance on outside agencies and little cost control.

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Flexible model doubles hiring rate for Caterpillar

With flexibility a necessity, senior executives at Caterpillar sought a custom recruitment outsourcing model. The model needed to be capable of supporting lower-volume periods, in anticipation of more significant hiring in future. Caterpillar’s partner also needed to expertly source local candidates, particularly since expat salaries exceed local market rates.

RPO fuels nimble growth for major investment bank

A large Australian global investment banking and diversified financial services group sought an RPO partner to support its worldwide hiring of niche, market-leading roles. In EMEA, the company needed a flexible team to support a high volume of UK-based vacancies, and to fuel expansion into new European markets.

The power of sourcing fuels diversity within a major bank

The client hires top economists, but given the organisation’s private nature, they had struggled with employer brand awareness among candidates. With that in mind, they wanted to modernise their recruiting process and update their panel-style hiring. And, like many top organisations, they sought to continuously improve diversity and representation.

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A perfect score for candidate satisfaction in pharma

A global pharmaceuticals company sought a collaborative partner with the ability to provide a high-touch solution and expand globally. Executive leadership required an optimised solution designed for their EMEA workforce, yet powerful enough to serve as the success blueprint for other geographies.