Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO)

“Recruitment Process Outsourcing is a form of business process outsourcing (BPO) where an employer transfers all or part of its recruitment processes to an external service provider. An RPO provider can provide its own or may assume the company's staff, technology, methodologies and reporting. In all cases, RPO differs greatly from providers such as staffing companies and contingent/retained search providers in that it assumes ownership of the design and management of the recruitment process and the responsibility of results.”

XCUTiVES RPO Services promises to reduce your recruitment cost and time more than 30% and increases your productivity. We provide permanent and experienced recruiter(s) with all the necessary skills, tools and technology for recruitment process.

XCUTiVES On-site RPO solution consists of a team of Recruiters and Team Lead placed on your premises. The benefit of this solution is that the recruiters will get first-hand experience of your company’s culture and environment, giving them a better understanding of who would fit in. Our Recruiters will also be able to facilitate all the hiring related activities with given time frame.

Our Off-site RPO solution consists of a team of client-focused Recruiters & account Manager placed on our premises. The team will be in daily contact with your HR department, communicating progress.

We provide Offshore IT Recruiters and Resume Sourcing services for Staffing Agencies. We serve both HR Businesses and Staffing Agencies with ultimate Offshore Recruiting Services

RPO COST MODELS:

Management Fee Model(typically monthly)

A fee is paid to the RPO provider for working on an agreed-upon number of positions. The fee may change depending on the agreement, or may have escalation factors if the number of hires increases over a period of time. The cost model is associated with enterprise RPO services and some emerging RPO services, such as white label RPO.

Cost Per Hire Model

A fee is paid to the RPO provider for working on an agreed-upon number of positions. The fee may change depending on the agreement, or may have escalation factors if the number of hires increases over a period of time. The cost model is associated with enterprise RPO services and some emerging RPO services, such as white label RPO.

Management Fee Plus Cost Per Hire

This is a combination of the above two. This combines the consistent recruiting effort under the management fee, with payments for the success (hires) of the program. This is another cost model that's appropriate for enterprise RPO and point-of-service RPO.

Cost Per Slate

This is a sourcing model where the RPO provider charges a fee for a set number of sourced, screened and qualified candidates for each open position.

From there, the candidates are provided to the internal recruiters for continuation of the recruiting and hiring processes. Cost per slate is another cost model that's well-suited for short-term project RPO solutions and point-of-service RPO.

Cost Per Transaction

A fee is charged for a specific process to be completed by the RPO provider, such as initial screening or reference checks. Buyers opting for on-demand RPO services or even consulting RPO services may be charged per transaction, whether it's an hourly rate or for each process or successful candidate.