As a business development professional employed by an RPO solutions company, I have the opportunity to speak with experienced, senior-level talent acquisition leaders on a regular basis.While it’s always my hope that a burning desire to engage in an RPO partnership prompts them to take my call, I more often find individuals that are carrying the cross of rebuilding broken internal recruiting programs.
It’s obvious, at first, that they are determined to go alone, come hell or high water, and maybe at some point down the road when they have a "better process in place" they will finally feel comfortable handing the task of hiring off to someone like us. They don’t necessarily want a solution, so much as they’re seeking insight. How does what I would be doing stack up against what you’re doing and what the rest of our peers are doing?
Well, here is some insight for you: You don’t need to go at it by yourself. Rather than trying to fix broken internal recruiting programs on sweat equity and good intentions, instead, assess your surroundings and use resources that are around you. There’s a lot to gain for the price of a conversation. Here are a few examples:... read more