Understanding how to reduce recruitment costs while maintaining the quality of recruitment processes is crucial to remain ahead of competitors and to survive the recession. Ironically the CIPD found that barely half of UK companies actually know how much they spend on attracting talent, or know which parts of their recruitment strategy work. Using an RPO provider can help you keep control of these costs, reduce the time to hire, give you access to better technology and help streamline your processes.
Recruitment Process Outsourcing and e-Recruitment Forum 2009 will provide you with the necessary tools to re-invigorate your recruitment process function. The event features expert analysis from McDonalds, Dell, KPMG, Siemens, Cummins and Harrods, who will share practical insights to improve your recruitment process and will examine the business case for RPO.
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The “Recruitment Process Outsourcing and e-Recruitment Forum 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Leading in Difficult Times: The Role of the Recruitment Manager
Marie Pavelka Recruitment Manager – Europe Cummins
The Financial Business Case For RPO
Julia Robertson, Managing Director
Reducing Recruiting Costs – without RPO
Mark Tennant, EMEA Talent Acquisition Director
A LEAN (mean) Recruiting Machine… Incorporating a LEAN Philosophy into Recruitment
Zachary Misko, Global Director
Ensuring a Quality Recruitment Process Attracting the Best Quality People
Isabelle Hung, Head of Recruitment
Successful RPO and Employer Branding
Phill Brown, Services Director
Utilising e-Recruitment at McDonalds
Nicky Ivory, Head of Resourcing
Using New Technologies & Digital Media to Attract Candidates
Vanessa Soames, Marketing Manager
Evaluating and Measuring the Impact of the Recruitment Process
Fraser Shearer, Head of Resourcing