The Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association is proud to present two new awards recognizing women's achievements in RPO.
In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th, the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association is proud to present the Influential Woman and the Rising Woman awards, recognizing women in RPO who make a difference in the life of their organizations, their teams, and their clients.
Women in the staffing and recruiting space lack recognition and growth opportunities according to a 2020 study conducted by ClearlyRated.
Women of all races were most likely to report making between $40 – $59k a year. For men of all races, the median reported earnings were $100 – $119k.
This inequitable distribution of compensation is further compounded by race.
Self-reported median income is lower for all female respondents, while women of color are virtually unrepresented at the highest tiers of compensation.
Women are 1.7x more likely than men to say that increasing the recognition they receive in their positions would increase their career growth, and overall less likely than men to agree that they receive recognition for a job well done.
"People work for money but go the extra mile for recognition, praise and rewards."
- Dale Carnegie
WE can be part of the solution by recognizing women in RPO.
Women in RPO deserve to be recognized for their contribution and impact.
While many other organizations present awards for women in different disciplines and functions, recruitment process outsourcing is a unique talent acquisition solution that deserves a special attention. The Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA) is the only organization that focuses on RPO as a unique discipline within the talent acquisition function.
The RPOA is proud to present, the Influential Woman in RPO and Rising Woman in RPO awards, the first-ever awards celebrating women’s achievements in RPO.
“Celebrating women's achievements and increasing visibility, while calling out inequality, is key.”
International Women's Day
YOU can be part of the solution by recognizing women in RPO.
Whether it’s you, a colleague, or a business partner, you can recognize a woman in RPO by nominating her for one of the two awards introduced by the RPO Association this year.
Women in talent acquisition roles working with RPO engagements can be recognized for one of two awards:
Influential Woman in RPO Award: The nominee must be a woman in an RPO leadership role with more than five years of experience.
Rising Woman in RPO Award: The nominee must be a woman in any role involved with RPO solutions. No specific years of experience required.
Nominations are now closed.
Award recipients will be announced on March 8th.