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what is RPO? the RPO fact sheet

There are a few things to consider when choosing the right RPO solution for your organization. The four most popular models include:

end-to-end RPO

A continuously ongoing solution with all services incurred in the context of permanent positions, including the necessary technology investments. End-to-end solutions are characterized by maximum savings, maximum efficiency, great success in hiring, satisfaction and compliance, but they are also associated with the greatest complexity and the greatest expenditure of time during implementation. The RPO provider provides resources both on-site and off-site to advise the hiring superiors, process requirements, procure and review candidates, schedule interviews, prepare and submit offers and carry out any onboarding activities. End-to-end RPO is often also characterized by the use of value-added services, such as Employer branding and contingent workforce management.

project RPO

An end-to-end approach that relates to a specific project, such as the launch of a new product. This model is an effective solution for organizations that want to retain internal recruiting capacities for ongoing employee recruitment, but want to benefit from the advantages of an end-to-end approach within the specific project framework.

selective RPO

Affects and strengthens only individual specific components of an employer's internal recruiting process. For example, many companies outsource procurement and review processes to outside partners while keeping critical services such as conducting interviews and preparing quotations on their own. In this case, the guarantee of best practices for the customer is limited to the agreed service.

Recruiter on Demand (ROD)

As many recruiters are made available here as a company needs to fill numerous positions at the same time, for new business initiatives, for the introduction of a new product or for similar business activities. An ROD solution enables the customer to immediately use additional recruiting capacities without having to change processes or install new technical systems. However, the changes possible through this model are extremely small, and there are no permanent process improvements.