Sopra Steria Recruitment launches its Optimum Vendor model – a revolution in how clients engage with the Recruitment Profession

  July 2017: In a move away from the traditional two-option approach for temporary recruitment – ‘master’ or ‘neutral’ vendor - Sopra Steria Recruitment has introduced Optimum Vendor a new, ‘revolutionary’ third option that enables the recruitment model to be tailored to each client’s specific circumstances.

In an interview with Recruitment International which appears in their July publication, Sopra Steria Recruitment’s managing director, Pete Holliday, speaks about the benefits Optimum Vendor will bring.

By putting consulting back into the recruitment process, the components of the Optimum Vendor model are built in consultation with a client offering flexibility, choice and tailored to specific circumstances.

optimumvendorSays Pete Holliday, “Every client is in a different situation in terms of the types of roles they need to hire and the savings they’re looking to make through economies of scale… I trust they will see the value of talking to an organisation who is working with them in consultation rather than just procuring in the same old way that they
have done for years.”

Read the full interview in Recruitment International online and discover more about our new Optimum Vendor recruitment model.

By putting consulting back into the recruitment process, the components of the Optimum Vendor model are built in consultation with a client offering flexibility, choice and tailored to specific circumstances.

 

Says Pete Holliday, “Every client is in a different situation in terms of the types of roles they need to hire and the savings they’re looking to make through economies of scale… I trust they will see the value of talking to an organisation who is working with them in consultation rather than just procuring in the same old way that they have done for years.”

 

Read the full interview in Recruitment International online and discover more about our new Optimum Vendor recruitment model.

 

By putting consulting back into the recruitment process, the components of the Optimum Vendor model are built in consultation with a client offering flexibility, choice and tailored to specific circumstances.

 

Says Pete Holliday, “Every client is in a different situation in terms of the types of roles they need to hire and the savings they’re looking to make through economies of scale… I trust they will see the value of talking to an organisation who is working with them in consultation rather than just procuring in the same old way that they have done for years.”

 

Read the full interview in Recruitment International online and discover more about our new Optimum Vendor recruitment model.