Why do Companies Choose RPO (Recruitment Processing Outsourcing)?

Recruitment Process Outsourcing, as the name suggests, is the outsourcing of the permanent recruitment responsibilities of an organisation to a third party.

The recruitment of talent is at the heart of the HR function of any organisation, but the option of diverging its responsibility to a third party can be taken for a number of different reasons.

Graduate Testing: What Works Best?

The assessment of a candidate’s suitability for a role is based on experience, competence and cultural fit. But in the case of emerging talent, experience is generally limited. Moreover, attractive openings for graduates generally attract a huge response – possibly running into the hundreds. Testing is therefore a good approach to whittling the applications down to a manageable quantity. What kind of tests should you consider?

Objectives and Drivers for Managed Services Provider Engagement

In many areas of business contingent labour has become the norm, or at least an important element of a firm’s HR strategy. However, recruiting a contingent workforce brings with it a number of costs and risks, which is why many organisations turn to a Managed Services Provider (MSP) to keep these under control.
So what are the objectives that you should set if you are considering the appointment of an MSP? Well, the drivers behind any MSP agreement fall under four main headings:

Target: Recruit the best. But are you hiring into your existing culture?

Hiring Talented People

Organisations are focused on talent, more now than ever before. Retaining talented people is hard enough but recruiting the right person for the job, in what many say is a reducing talent pool, is only getting harder. Talented people can be defined as being professionally qualified to do the job and are


  1. Able to be strategic and operational
  2. Adaptive to change
  3. Able to inspire and motivate