Recruitment Process Outsourcing

There is various definition to RPO in today's time, Managing activity/processes if one calls as RPO , the other talks about owning the entire Recruitment function of client as RPO while few say having the recruiters deployed at client location is considered to be RPO. Ultimately all these conveys about outsourcing the functions to specialized organization so that resource optimization and timely delivery is ensured while the functions which are cost centers ensure there is a tab on cost by retaining or reducing cost. Recruitment as function is becoming challenging every day with dynamic change in business demand and short supply of talent fitting into business need, the task of hiring the right talent at right time at desired location is the most challenging and herculean task.

Understanding the today's challenge, need of customers and our core strengths, We have offer following services under Recruitment Process Outsourcing

Temporary Staffing

Temps are not employees at the client's business; they are represented by the staffing or employment agencies, and the agency handles all related financial and administrative work.

The term "temp" refers to temporary workers hired to carry out short assignments through temp staffing or placement agencies. The short-term jobs could be for one day or last for several months. In many cases, the assignment might lead to a contract, part-time or even a permanent position when the temp worker proves his/her fit to a long-term assignment.

Partnering with the best staffing agency to satisfy all your temp staffing needs will give you access to staffing solutions and services that will streamline your recruitment process, whether you are a small firm or multinational multi-million business, whether you are filling a niche position or help hands. Considering partnering with a staffing agency is a strategic step to optimize your workforce, business processes and benchmark your success.

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