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What is Accolo?
How do I access the Accolo application (myAccolo)?
The short answer: you can’t get there from here. Just kidding. Accessing myAccolo depends on whether you are currently logged in. If you are, click the “myAccolo” link in the top center of your screen below where it says hello “your name”. If you have not logged in yet, click the Log-in button at the top of the page. When prompted for your credentials, you will have the option to be taken to myAccolo or continue to the page you were previously on.Using the “Remember Me” functionality: By selecting the remember me option upon login-in to the Accolo website or myAccolo application your cookie will be retained for a two week time period so that login will not be necessary whenever you return to the Accolo website or the myAccolo application.
What is Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO)
Here is how the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association defines Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO):“RPO’s act as a company’s internal recruitment function for a portion or all of its jobs. RPO’s manage the entire recruiting/hiring process from job profiling through the on-boarding of the new hire, including staff, technology, method and reporting. A properly managed RPO will improve a company’s time to hire, increase the quality of the candidate pool, provide verifiable metrics, reduce cost and improve governmental compliance.”
Building on the definition above, there are a few key differentiators between RPO and other types of staffing organizations.
- True RPO’s manage the entire recruiting function, not just a subset. For example, organizations that focus exclusively on sourcing candidates are not a true RPO.
- RPO’s focus on process – consistency in approach and methods enables an RPO to achieve superior results when compared with most other methods of staffing.
- RPO’s can hire across most industries, experience levels and functional roles – exactly what you would expect from your internal recruiting department. Not just sales associates, programmers or designers positions like some agencies or staffing firms.