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What is Outsourced Recruiting?

By Andrew Greenberg | Mar 1, 2013 |

As a successful owner of an RPO or Recruitment Processed Outsourcing firm, I often get asked just what outsourced recruiting really means. Wikipedia defines outsourced recruiting as a provider who acts as a company’s internal recruiting function for all or a portion of its jobs. While I agree with Wikipedia’s definition, I believe that an…

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10 Ways to Select Staffing and Recruitment Services for Your Business

By Andrew Greenberg | Feb 25, 2013 |

An organization is only as great as the people who are on staff. Therefore, it’s critical to hire and retain the best employees to get the job done well. However, do you realize how important it is to also select staffing and recruitment services that can support your business growth and objectives? Just consider how…

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Explaining the Risks of Offshoring with IT Outsourced Recruiting

By Andrew Greenberg | Jan 29, 2013 |

It’s fairly common in the Information Technology sector to use outsourced recruiting to maintain staffing levels for project initiatives. Outsourcing some or all tasks in technology allows a business to expand with quality work completed by a diverse pool of skilled labor, without much of the overhead. This is critical in a global economy that…

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How Much Does Recruiting Outsourcing Cost?

By Andrew Greenberg | Jan 25, 2013 |

Let’s be frank for a moment. As hiring professionals, we all know that it can be confusing trying to decide what recruiting method will provide the greatest return on investment. Recruiting outsourcing is a decision that cannot be taken lightly. It must fit in well with your business objectives if it is to succeed. While…

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Contingency Recruiting – Explaining the Pros and Cons

By Andrew Greenberg | Jan 21, 2013 |

In terms of managing the unpredictable hiring demands of business, contingency recruiting may be an option your organization is considering. Recruiters who work under this model source and present candidates who are potentially qualified for your open assignment, with the expectation that your company will hire them so they can collect a placement fee. This…

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