Outstaffing Model: Check how it Works >>
The Outstaffing Model
There are different models of getting the work done for you in an effective manner with the outstaffing model as one of the most viable options. This is an old model of getting the work done, which is still popular in modern business practice.
Before we discuss how it can work for you, let’s define it first.
What is outstaffing?
This is a model of delegating a certain business task to an external team of workers who are directly answerable to you though they do not get their payment directly from you.
How it works:
In outstaffing model, the outsourcing agency identifies and recruits a specialized team of employees who will work under the strict monitoring of the client (your business). This means that you get external employees who are answerable to you.
Another important aspect that defines outstaffing is the fact that the outsourcing agent is responsible for the remuneration packages of the employees, thus, you don’t have to worry about the employees’ salaries. As the client, you will only deal with the outsourcing agent in matters of payment but directly control the staff hired.
Pros and cons of outstaffing
- The outsourcing agency is responsible for the employees’ payroll
- It offers a flexible hiring model
- You have full control over the development of your business
- You have direct access to all team members
- The rates are lower
- It tasks you with identifying the right communication channels
- You are responsible for business development
If you think the outstaffing model can work for you, contact us today and we will provide more information about this model and how it can benefit your business.