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State of the RPO Marketplace

State of the RPO Marketplace
October 25, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Gary Bragar, HRO Research Director(NelsonHall)
This presentation will provide a summary of NelsonHall’s latest assessment of the global Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) marketplace, including perspectives on how the market is changing and what the critical success factors will be in the future. It will be hosted by Gary Bragar, Research Director for NelsonHall’s HR Outsourcing practice. This presentation will include:
• Definition of RPO
• Size of the RPO market
• Current and future state of RPO
• Buy-side requirements and RPO drivers
• Benefits of RPO
• Buyer inhibitors to RPO
• Vendor selection criteria
• Vendor challenges
• Critical success factors for buyers and providers
• How to Make RPO Implementation Successful
• Question and Answer

Full content of my current RPO study will include:
Analyzes of the global market for RPO and its constituent services. The report addresses the following questions:
1. What is the current and future market for RPO services?
2. What are the customer requirements and how are they changing?
3. What are the benefits / results vendors have been able to achieve for their clients?
4. What services are customers buying from RPO vendors?
5. What technologies and platforms are being utilized?
6. What is the size and growth of the RPO market by geography?
7. What is the size of the RPO market by industry and which is seeing increased demand?
8. How leading vendors are positioned within the RPO market?
9. What are the challenges and critical success factors for vendors targeting RPO?
10. Additional topics include: acquisitions and partnerships, who is initiating RPO, contract lengths, pricing, sourcing channels, including the advent of social media and what vendors are doing beyond year one of contract implementation to sustain success for their clients
Who Should Participate
  1. Buyers of RPO services, including sourcing managers monitoring the capabilities of existing suppliers of recruitment process outsourcing and identifying vendor suitability for RPO RFPs
  2. Key stakeholders and decision makers including HR managers, HR leaders and other senior HR executives who may have already outsourced recruitment to learn about the market or who may be considering outsourcing for the first time and need to better undertand how RPO can help them and do it right
  3. Vendor marketing, sales and business managers looking to learn about the current and future state of the RPO marketplace, vendor selection criteria and critical success factors
  4. Consultants advising their clients in making RPO decisions
What You Will Learn
Please join us as Gary Bragar will review the follwoing:
  1. What is Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO)?
  2. As a buyer, why would I want to consider outsourcing RPO?
  3. How can buyers and providers overcome inhibitors and challenges and make RPO successful!
Recommended Resources
I am conducting my 4th global RPO study this Fall and have presented my research at HRO World in NY, RPO Summit in Las Vegas and HRO Europe in Amsterdam and Barcelona. I also contribute to HRO Today a few times a year
Staffing and Recruitment
HR Outsourcing
Full Service Outsourcing
HRO in a Global Organization
HRO and Change Management/Culture Issues
Vendor Marketplace
Recruitment Process Outsourcing
Quality of Hire
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The current and future market size information was interesting and I would have appreciated more information on that topic.

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