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In Summary

One of the reasons why more organizations in Europe are turning to RPO partnerships is the need to scale the workforce in an unpredictable environment. That’s the view of Craig Sweeney, SVP, Global Strategic Talent Solutions at WilsonHCG, who, in an exclusive interview with the RPOA, shared his insights on the state of RPO and talent in EMEA.  "RPOs can provide much-needed scalability that can flex at short notice to support business needs as and when they arise. And technology to support talent acquisition is increasingly complex and requires dedicated expertise to...

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Manchester, UK – Global talent leader WilsonHCG has been shortlisted as a finalist in multiple categories at the 2021 TIARA Talent Solutions Awards Europe.   WilsonHCG was named a finalist in two categories: Best Talent Solutions Firm to Work For and  Long-Term Partnership, Enterprise.   “Our teams go above and beyond to provide cutting-edge talent solutions for our clients and being recognised as a finalist for our partnership is a testament to the strong relationships they work to build every day,” said Lesley Taylor, SVP, Talent Operations, EMEA at WilsonHCG. “As...

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RPO is growing in popularity in Europe for a number of reasons, according to Craig Sweeney, SVP Global Strategic Talent Solutions, WilsonHCG.He made the comments during an interview with journalists from Intelligence Group about the state of RPO in Europe.“I think one of the growing areas across Europe is internal teams using RPO as strategic partners. Organizations build an internal function that can manage fifty percent of what they see as business as usual, and then they bring in a partner for the rest. Across Europe, we’re seeing this happen much more often. This...

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