Lemons from Morocco, sugar from Thailand, bottled water from the Swiss Alps, shaken up by a hipster teen to be sold on a New York side street. There’s no doubt, the global economy is here.
And while many firms have tried their hand at outsourcing some of their tasks, they’ve had that hand bitten. It’s easy to get back work product which doesn’t meet your needs. You contributed to the global economy – it just didn’t contribute to you.
We’ve been there. We’ve been effectively outsourcing for almost a decade.
There’s dozens of tasks you do every day which don’t need your expert abilities. Take something like data entry. If you spend an hour a day inputting notes and adding candidates to your ATS, you could use that time better. Wouldn’t you rather be recruiting?
During class, we’ll certainly spend some time discussing:
- benefits of outsourcing
- concerns you may have
- ways to address those concerns
- how to outsource
- what to outsource
- even who to outsource to
It doesn’t matter if you’re a solo practitioner, franchise owner, or have a chain of successful offices – this could benefit you. If, on the other hand, you are a huge multinational corporation – well, you’re probably already doing this.
Now if your question is who should I outsource this work to, we’ll answer that as well.
Only available On Demand, on your own schedule.
I can do it myself.
I’ll call Tricia to enroll.