Project RPO: Fad or Future?

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Project RPO: Fad or Future?

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By Peter Howarth


Quick Summary Download the slides & catch up on all the action from our Project RPO & Talent Sourcing session with the RL100

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Executive RPO is an adaptable service that can help free capacity, allow you to hire confidentiality or enhance your capability. It is a bespoke service that is different to traditional RPO. We allocate flexible and highly experienced researchers and sourcers, meaning we can deal with peaks in hiring and place the exact number of people you need, exactly when you need them.

What's covered?

  • The emergence of Project RPO 
  • How to implement Project RPO to source talent with niche skills whilst aligning with DE&I initiatives
  • How does Armstrong Craven help businesses use Project RPO to improve the candidate journey? 
  • Who is adopting Project RPO effectively and what can other businesses learn from this flexible talent sourcing solution?
  • When to utilise Project RPO and how to measure success

About the RL100

The Resourcing Leaders 100 (RL100) is Europe’s leading peer network for senior in-house resourcing leaders. Committed to creating positive change in the world of resourcing, the RL100 aims to elevate the standard of resourcing at all levels and raise the profile of resourcing as a profession.

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