The key benefits of recruitment outsourcing

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Organisations experience high and low staffing demands which vary greatly by industry, skill and location. Maintaining a resourcing function that can meet these demands, whether directly or via external agencies, can immediately impact the business.

Challenges in-house recruitment teams can face include longer hiring timescales and inconsistent referencing and checking.

Resource Solutions recognises periods of fluctuation and can provide an on-site or off-site recruitment solution that is tailored to resolve each challenge.

Here are just a few key benefits of a Resource Solutions’ outsourced recruitment service: 

Hiring Managers
Delivering the right people in a shorter time frame

  • Single point of contact for all recruitment queries
  • Trusted resourcing partner to advise and support
  • Understand role, build job descriptions and ensure culture fit
  • Sourcing and pre-selection to deliver a qualified shortlist
  • Support for interviews, assessment and managing the candidate experience

Human Resources
Delivering best in class recruitment

  • End to end management of the recruitment process
  • Detailed and relevant management information
  • Centralised invoicing to reduce the administrative burden
  • Reduced costs to allow investment in other key areas
  • User-friendly and engaging technology

Finance
Saving time, improving process and increasing efficiency

  • Improved accuracy and minimised errors across the billing process
  • Dedicated financial administrators to provide MI, support and answer queries

Candidates
Protecting and improving our clients’ employer brand

  • Single point of contact throughout the recruitment process from initial contact to final offer
  • High touch service to all candidates whether successful or not
  • Scalable team means our level of service is consistent to candidates in ‘peaks’ and ‘troughs’ of recruitment activity

Agencies
Engaging the right agencies at competitive rates

  • Building strong working partnerships with a bespoke pool of agencies
  • Rationalising the PSL to provide potential cost savings

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