Sample Post: 6 Reasons Your Business Needs To Embrace Recruitment Process Outsourcing

By Casey C.

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As a busy HR management professional, do you find yourself drowning in job applications and new hire paperwork? Are your CEO or staff frustrated with new hires who aren’t as qualified as they appeared to be on paper, or who seem to quit as soon as you’ve taken the time to train them thoroughly because they were never all that interested in the job in the first place?

Recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) can save your business time and money, eliminate many of the most common problems in the hiring process, and streamline your job, freeing you up to do more managing and less tedious paperwork.

Here are six reasons your business needs to embrace recruitment process outsourcing.

 

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1. RPO Attracts the Most Qualified & Eager Candidates

One of the most dramatic ways recruitment process outsourcing will help your business is by providing you with the most talented and best-suited candidates for each position. Recruitment process outsourcing companies have access to deep talent pools of truly interested, engaged, and qualified candidates, as well as thorough and effective screening processes.

Instead of wading through cover letters from a hodgepodge of Craigslist candidates, you will only have the cream of the crop to choose from. The candidates who you like but aren’t quite the perfect fit for a specific position can go back into the future hiring pool if you choose, making future hiring decisions even easier.

2. RPO Is Flexible & Scalable

Your recruitment process outsourcing package can be scaled and adjusted to suit your budget and your business needs. Some clients start off with limited project-based RPO and then have RPO handle all of their hiring needs down the road when their business expands.

You can adjust and scale your recruitment process outsourcing at any time, so that you’re never left in a lurch without enough help, or stuck paying for more RPO services than you actually need.

3. RPO Saves You & Your Staff Time

At any given point, you and your HR staff probably have a long to-do list of projects that need attention, but that you don’t have quite enough time for. Once you are no longer tied up with posting job ads, marketing open positions, reading through hundreds of cover letters and resumes, fielding emails and calls from interested candidates, and scheduling interviews, you will be amazed at how much more time you have. You will feel more productive and successful at your job and be able to focus on the responsibilities you are most interested in.

4. Recruitment Process Outsourcing Saves Your Business Money

Now let’s get to the bottom line: switching to recruitment process outsourcing not only saves you time, but it also saves your business money in the long run. Leaving a position vacant for an extended period of time costs your business money because it results in lost productivity and revenue as well as excessive overtime payments as other staff members pick up the slack. When your business is short-staffed, your work suffers, your company is less productive, and you risk your client business and reputation.

RPO providers have extremely efficient and streamlined hiring processes, and can generally have a position filled with the best candidate as soon as you need it. And because your staff won’t be spending their time screening job applicants and reading resumes, you can assign them to more productive, revenue-generating tasks as needed.

5. RPO Creates an Organized & Consistent Hiring Process

If your hiring process is chaotic and inconsistent, this sends the wrong message to job candidates. You may lose out on great applicants because double-booked interviews, taking weeks to get back to them about their resume, or an overall harried and chaotic vibe give them the impression that this is not a very professional place to work. When you outsource your recruitment process to a company who specializes in making recruiting as streamlined and professional as possible, you get better candidates, keep them interested through the entire hiring process, and boost your company’s reputation at the same time.

This degree of consistency and organization is not only reassuring to job applicants, but it helps out your current staff as well. The recruiting process will become predictable and consistent across departments, allowing any staff involved in the hiring process to know exactly what to expect when hiring. They will be able to more effectively manage their schedules, predict how quickly a new team member will be hired, and feel less anxious about staff vacancies.

6. RPO Is Compliant & Legal

As an HR professional, you know that the recruitment and hiring process is regulated by strict and sometimes complicated state and federal regulations, laws, and compliance rules. Your recruitment process outsourcing service takes full responsibility for your compliance, saving you time and headaches as well as providing peace of mind. Compliance adherence can also save your company money in legal fees since you won’t have to worry about unknowingly violating a compliance regulation or law during the hiring process.

Once you transition to an RPO system, you will wonder how your business ever survived without it. For more information about our recruitment process outsourcing services and how they can make your life easier, get in touch today.

 

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