Is the clock ticking on your short-term hiring?
Imagine your organisation has just won a government grant, and you now need to fill 50 key roles or risk losing the funding.
What's your plan?
That was the very predicament one of our clients faced when they engaged us for RPO project support. We responded nimbly. Our ability to fill the roles in less than 30 days opened the door to an engagement of ongoing off-site sourcing support.
Project RPO is tremendously flexible. If you need to recruit 40 sales people in three months, or have a handful of hard-to-fill technologist roles, project RPO can help. It can also be used to quickly secure a core group of plant operators for your new facility, to name but a few examples.
RPO projects are all about speed to impact. They are designed for quick implementation and ease of delivery to give you an innovative recruiting solution in as little as two weeks. Timely and cost effective, the average RPO project typically lasts between three to six months. It can involve on-site or remote support.
Tackle your specific hiring project from beginning to end.
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What makes a good RPO project?
RPO projects can help reduce urgent hiring backlogs. Plus, they can help you fill future vacancies by enhancing your talent database.
The right RPO project can also support your organisation during key milestones and growth periods, including:
- Office relocation
- New site deployment
- New product launches
- New organisational initiatives
- Workforce expansion or reorganisation
Discover the benefits of project RPO
Project RPO can help you respond quickly to unforeseen or unplanned volume hiring needs. It can also improve diversity-recruitment balance and reduce overall time-to-hire.
Project RPO can also:
- Measure specific objectives
- Improve your employer brand image
- Reduce fixed overheads and redundancy costs
- Give access to active, passive, and hidden candidates
Want to test drive RPO?
An RPO project can help you explore whether a longer-term outsourced recruitment solution suits your organisation.
Think of RPO projects like a test drive, with enough fuel to complete some urgent errands.
Chances are, you'll discover key benchmarks for your future recruitment strategy.
RPO projects in real life
A big organisation had 60 unfilled roles for scientists and microbiologists, thus delaying delivery of critical products. We filled all roles two months early.
A luxury car maker needed to increase enrolment for its mechanic training programs. We built a website and deployed social recruiting. Class registration jumped from 60 per cent to 91 per cent.
A global financial services organisation lacked brand recognition in a new market. This was hampering their ability to draw talent. We generated candidate awareness and hired top-tier talent by the client’s deadline.
A start-up healthcare call centre had no name or office location, but urgently required new hires. We designed a process, deployed technology, and hired more than 100 people in three months.
We filled 56 sales and analyst roles in three months for a global online travel company. The client then engaged us to fill more than 100 more global positions.
A major global pharmaceuticals company needed to expand its dermatology sales team by 136 people. Within 90 days, we filled 100 per cent of the roles.
Try active talent pools
Do you regularly need candidates for the same role?
A virtual sourcing network creates active talent pools of qualified candidates who, based on predictive analytics, may consider changing careers. We manage candidate identification, qualification, and engagement.
For one client, an active talent pool of 150 candidates doubled hiring success over three months.