a seat at the table: RPO matures to gain buyer interest

May 1, 2015

Recruitment process outsourcing was in its infancy not many years ago. Now it’s grown up a bit.

“We’re not the toddler anymore, we’re actually the teenager or young adult,” says Robert Lopes, president of Randstad Sourceright RPO. What was technologically advanced, three, four or five years ago now is table stakes.

RPO suppliers today report more interest among buyers, including more midsize companies. They also say the space evolved with buyers sending more hard-to-fill positions as well as expressing interest in taking their RPO programs international.

And RPO has experienced a growth spurt.

Read the full Staffing Industry Analyst Report here.

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