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Outsourcing is often viewed as an opportunity to reduce workload for HR professionals, and while this approach may work for less complicated HR processes, a relationship with a recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider requires commitment and collaboration from both parties.

So, how do you pick the right RPO partner? How can you foster a beneficial relationship to achieve your KPIs? And how do you establish a sustainable partnership to reduce cost and time, while improving the quality of hires?

These are the questions that will be raised during this round-table discussion at Recruitment Interactive 2013.

“At the end of the day, an organisation’s top recruitment priority will always be improving the quality of candidates,” says Rebecca Lewis, editor of Human Resources.

“HR professionals are concerned about finding the right RPO provider who is equally as invested in building a strong and true partnership, to successfully deliver key hiring measures, whatever they may be.”

Join us at Recruitment Interactive 2013 for the opportunity to raise your RPO concerns with a number of hand-picked HR experts during this special round-table discussion.

Confirmed senior HR speakers at this unique event include 3MAbbott Nutrition International, ANZ, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, Google, IDA, McDonald’s, Ministry of Manpower, Shell, Standard Chartered Bank, Thomson Reuters, Unilever and Yum Restaurants International.

To find out more, please click here.

For more information on Recruitment Interactive 2013, to view the agenda and speakers, or to register, please go to


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