When should you use RPO?

Answer the following five questions before opting for Talents4you's RPO:

1. What would you like to achieve?

Look at your personnel recruitment process holistically and think beyond "Just-in-Time Hiring" in order to address your long-term organisational needs. Talents4you's RPO helps you shape your personnel recruitment strategy proactively and sustainably.

2. Where do your strengths and weaknesses lie?

Analyse the individual steps in the recruitment and selection procedure. Do you know the labour market? Are you reaching your target group? Are your job profiles phrased clearly? How do you select suitable candidates from the multitude? Can you keep pre-defined deadlines? Have you got your costs under control? Do an above-average number of candidates withdraw their applications?


List the strengths and weaknesses in your recruitment and selection process. (Self-analysis of the personnel recruitment process) Talents4you's RPO helps you improve gaps.

3. What can you do yourself and where do you need support?

Check your priorities. Do they deal mainly with your core business? Does a lack of personnel resources or unsolved personnel problems delay projects or growth? Do you make unfavourable personnel decisions owing to time pressure or costs? If you would like to concentrate more on your core business, Talents4you's RPO is the optimal support for personnel recruitment.

4. What are my RPO targets?

Take both short-term and long-term objectives into consideration. Think beyond standard dimensions (such as appointments, quantity, applicants, cost per hire, etc.). How can you really improve the quality of your recruitment? What is the top 10 % of candidates like? Talents4you's RPO offers you an efficient recruitment programme which takes both your short-term and long-term objectives into consideration.

5. What will my organisation be like after introducing RPO?

The question could also be "What will success be like?" Here are some ideas of the effect this could have on your organisation: The organisation would probably be trimmer and operate more effectively and at lower costs. The team focuses more on critical business initiatives. They are geared towards priorities, which help increase turnover and customer satisfaction as a result. And not least, you are more strategically and prominently positioned because you are now able to argue in favour of your initiatives equipped with figures and ROI.