The three biggest RPO misconceptions – debunked

With businesses looking at alternative methods for talent attraction, one model that is often considered is Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), where a business transfers all or part of its recruitment process to an external provider.

The RPO provider performs a range of tasks and regularly acts as an extension of the company’s HR function, sitting on-site to provide a holistic hiring solution, delivering staff, technologies and process improvements.

In my (nearly) 20 years as a recruitment solutions specialist, I have met many HR Directors and hiring managers who, for a multitude of reasons, have developed negative preconceptions of what an RPO model is and think that it isn’t going to help them find the talent they need to drive their business forward.

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