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Why RPO? Going Beyond Cost Per Hire

Companies are facing an uphill battle when it comes to finding great talent. That said, it’s for reasons much, much bigger than the skills gap or any other current market challenge that exists today. It’s because of an outdated perspective on recruiting and how success is measured. Let’s start with what we know.  Talent is Why RPO? Going Beyond Cost Per Hire

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Why the Right Hire Isn’t the Perfect Candidate

As a hiring manager, your first step in creating a job description is likely to sit down and think about what the “perfect” candidate looks like. Years of experience in a particular industry, expertise level, the skills they bring to the table. How closely a candidate meets all of these requirements is the yardstick used Why the Right Hire Isn’t the Perfect Candidate

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Turnover Turbulence: Understanding The Impact Of High Employee Turnover

Nothing lasts forever, and that’s even true of the relationship between your company and its employees. Although you would love to have your best and brightest people stick with you and contribute to your organization’s success until the day they retire, that isn’t always the case. Losing any valued employee can be a serious blow Turnover Turbulence: Understanding The Impact Of High Employee Turnover

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RPO: Decreasing Your Cost of Vacancy & Improving Your Talent

Every company leader knows that the biggest cost of doing business is most often labor. Employee wages, benefits, payroll, and taxes can comprise up to 70% of a company’s cost structure, and that number is rising as the economy improves. Another cost frequently associated with labor is the cost involved in hiring and turnover. Talent RPO: Decreasing Your Cost of Vacancy & Improving Your Talent

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