Mayeux has nearly 20 years experience in the talent acquisition industry and with his unique understanding of technology, consulting and recruiting, leads the Novotus team to accomplish the goal of reinventing talent acquisition. Prior to forming Novotus 10 years ago, Mayeux was Practice Director at one of Oracle’s largest full-service consulting practices, ThinkSpark. His management experience followed his tenure as Senior Sales Executive at Hire.com, where he worked with some of the world’s largest companies in purchasing and implementing enterprise-recruiting solutions. Additionally, Mayeux worked for Search One, an executive search firm. He joined the company as a executive recruiter and advanced to COO, CIO and Partner.
“I’m excited for the future of the RPOA, “ stated Mayeux. He continued, “As the RPOA continues to grow, it’s critical that the providers of RPO services continue to collaborate. We have big plans for taking the association to a new level of service for both buyers and providers of RPO.”
The mission of the RPOA is to educate the market about Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), incorporate common metrics and comparative information as defined by staffing.org, develop and enforce certifications and promote RPO benefits.
RPOA, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, recognizes that Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) is a unique industry requiring a common set of requirements and standards. Its membership is comprised of RPO service providers committed to educating the marketing about RPO, promoting its benefits, incorporating common metrics and comparative information, and developing and enforcing certifications. Member companies benefit by better understanding the benefits and risks of recruitment process outsourcing, having access to a variety of tools to support the decision to consider RPO, access to certified service providers through an organized RPO process, and direct connection to other members to learn from their experiences. View upcoming events and resources at www.rpoassociation.org