Managed services/In house

Mint Human Capital is an in-house specialist provider of corporate RPO services. We are passionate about the impact that in-house recruitment can have on any organisation large or small and the value the function offers.

True RPO solutions manage the process from graduate through to C-level and help solve issues of internal mobility, redeployment, outplacement, temporary and contractor procurement in a one supplier package. This fundamentally differs from traditional staffing methods where staffing firms are a part of a process controlled by the company buying their services.

The goal of an RPO contract is to maximise an organisations return on investment from their Human Capital, taking away the administrative burden of managing a Direct and Contingent Workforce, and therefore allowing an organisation to focus on their core, strategic activities.

A further benefit of RPO is in the change from fixed to variable costs which will fluctuate with recruitment activity. This allows the organisation to pay by transaction instead of staff member, avoiding poor staff utilization or any need to downsize staff numbers when activity is low.

Put simply a well managed Recruitment Process provides a higher number of quality candidates, identified quicker, reduced time to recruit staff, reduction of recruitment costs and improved retention of staff.

Mint Human Capital goal is to create definition and depth to a clients overall recruitment and hiring strategy. Through a due diligence process we will define if any outsourcing of your company staffing processes is right for your organisation, where it may fail, or prove a poor organisational fit that actually reduces the effectiveness of your recruitment strategy.

RPO will free your HR team from the time consuming and distracting administrative and data management activity associated with the recruiting process. It also helps focus and build workable direct hire and employer branded systems that achieve substantial reductions in your cost of recruitment.

By moving from a decentralized to a centralized end-to-end RPO model we help achieve visibility and create seamless process for the client and a better candidate experience.

When considering outsourcing of your recruitment processes it is important to understand that outsourcing will not magically solve staffing issues. A RPO solution may not help a company with its poor existing processes or one perceived negatively by potential employees. In these scenario’s we advise on operational changes to improve the employer branding, retention and staff deployment.

Likewise organisations with efficient hiring process, viewed as employers of choice, may not receive any benefits from outsourcing, in this instance we advise on where to achieve better efficiencies.

Mint Human Capital can immediately deploy resources based on the changing needs of our clients. This scalability is the real value proposition of our end-to-end RPO solution, given that most companies are not well-equipped to rapidly scale up and down to meet their staffing and recruitment needs.

Be it the creation of an on-site team that blends into your culture or a managed unit in our offices, Mint Human Capital offers access to all available recruiting media incorporating the Internet, posters, local newspapers and 3rd party vendor management.

On senior appointments or to supplement niche areas, our executive search support and research team is geared towards surfacing those hard to find and passive candidates.

We offer clients comfort in the fact that specialists are performing the entire spectrum of recruitment services day in and day out and that they understand the in-house requirements.

London Office

Mint Human Capital
Moorgate House
5-8 Dysart Street
London
EC2A 2BX
Tel: +44 (0)845 474 7714
Calls may be monitored and recorded for training and quality control purposes.

New York Office

Mint Human Capital
1140 Avenue of the Americas
9th Floor
New York, NY 10036

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