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Broadleaf’s Ryan Schaal Talks Candidate Screening with RPOA

As companies have adjusted their recruitment methods due to the coronavirus pandemic, global candidate screening processes have also experienced a seismic shift. The ability of recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) leaders to nimbly re-tailor their approach to vital recruiting functions has been an incredibly important development over the past few months. But will these strategies continue to exist in a post-COVID-19 world?

Broadleaf’s Director of Client Delivery Ryan Schaal offered his thoughts on candidate screening in a recent article published by the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association.

“Once this assessment takes place, the methods that have been evaluated as ‘best practice’ will remain, while some other less effective processes may go back to the way they were,” said Schaal.

As work-from-home models have become increasingly prevalent since the coronavirus outbreak, many expect this arrangement to dominate the workplace in years to come. Schaal commented that he believes employers will continue to invest in this remote work approach and slowly drift away from physical office locations.

To read more from Schaal and learn about the changes to strategic RPO recruiting during COVID-19, view the full article on the RPOA website.

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