Kenexa, a global provider of business solutions for human resources, today announced it has been ranked in the elite Enterprise Top Five in HRO Today magazine’s annual RPO Baker’s Dozen. The ranking is a direct result of RPO customer surveys, which were compiled from 266 companies submitting more than 500 surveys from which 466 survey respondents were verified. Kenexa has been on the RPO Baker’s Dozen since the ranking’s inception seven years ago.
Kenexa holds a unique position among RPO providers. The company is a single provider for multi-country RPO programs with an intense focus on delivering a higher quality of candidate. To support this mission, the company leverages its wide range of offerings such as assessments and talent management solutions to create a single global recruitment solution strategy.
Kenexa RPO Practice Leader, Phil Stewart, commented,“As the RPO category becomes even more competitive, the ability to effectively deliver comprehensive solutions that leverage all of the tools in the HR and recruiting toolbox is what differentiates a vendor. Kenexa has proven that time and time again, especially as we win significant new business and grow our existing relationships. It’s an honor to be recognized by the RPO buyers’ community through a top spot on the annual Baker’s Dozen.”
Elliot Clark, CEO of SharedXpertise, publishers of HRO Today magazine, said,“The annual Baker’s Dozen gives buyers the opportunity to share their experiences with the top providers in the RPO sector. Once again, Kenexa has taken top honors as a leading enterprise RPO that is delivering quality of service and earning high marks for customer satisfaction.”
Kenexa (kenexa.com) helps drive HR and business outcomes through its unique combination of technology, content and services. Enabling organizations to optimize their workforces since 1987, Kenexa’s integrated talent acquisition and talent management solutions have touched the lives of more than 110 million people. Follow Kenexa on Twitter: @kenexa.
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