Recruitment Enhancement Services Completes Market Research Survey on Recruitment Process Outsourcing

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Recruitment solutions provider surveyed for further understanding of common myths and misunderstandings related to recruitment process outsourcing.

2007 Perception Trends in Recruitment Process Outsourcing.

Recruitment Enhancement Services (RES), a leading provider of recruitment services, today announced that it has completed its latest research project evaluating the recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) industry. The findings of the study are delineated in the report, the "2007 Perception Trends in Recruitment Process Outsourcing."

RES, in response to the growing demands placed upon companies' recruiters, surveyed HR executives and professionals to uncover industry intelligence and best practices in effective recruitment processes. The "2007 Perception Trends in Recruitment Process Outsourcing" offers a thorough analysis of the common misconceptions about RPO and other key findings, including:

  •     HR executives' perception of RPO
  •     The likelihood of HR executives purchasing from a full RPO provider
  •     Purchasers' perceptions of organizations' effectiveness at managing the recruitment process internally
  •     How employers believe their staffing requirements will change in 2007

To get your name on the list to receive a copy of the report when published, please click here or follow this link http://www.resjobs.com/landingPage/cfr.html?ad=mpr .

About Recruitment Enhancement Services
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, RES is the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Services Division of Bernard HODES Group, a leading global provider of integrated talent solutions. HODES is a unit of the Omnicom Group Inc. (NYSE-OMC), the world's leading advertising, marketing and corporate communications company, consisting of advertising agency networks BBDO Worldwide, DDB Worldwide and TBWA Worldwide.

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