When selecting a recruitment partner, you need to create a complete request for proposal template that asks the right questions, ensuring you receive the most accurate and relevant information for your business.
The request for proposal (RFP) is your opportunity to ask recruitment partners how they'll ensure your needs and requirements are met, whilst saving you money, reducing time and admin and maintain your competitive advantage. We've created a comprehensive guide outlining some of the most relevant questions - based on our 40-year history working with some of the UK's most well-known brands.
Your RFP should cover the following areas:
1. Competitive advantage
2. Technology and data management
3. Supplier performance and management
4. Account management and continuous improvement
5. Performance metrics and management
The focus throughout the RFP should be attracting and retaining the best talent within your organisation, maintaining and creating a diverse workforce, and creating a strong employer brand.
This guide will give you a full overview of the information you should include in your RFP.
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