What used to be reserved for larger companies, a workforce, is now attainable for even the smallest of organizations through outsourcing.
Eugene, OR (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
With workday demands increasing for solo entrepreneur businesses as well as Fortune 100 corporations and everything in between, increased staffing demands are at an all time high.
Taxes, healthcare cost, insurance and other limitations prohibit some organizations from increasing their workforce in the traditional sense.
One of the latest trends to increase productivity and output in virtually every industry and with every size company is the increase of outsourcing to third party vendors.
Knowing how to hire the right person for the right job at the right pay can be overwhelming for even the most seasoned hiring executive. Add to this the increased need to stay ahead of the learning curve of social media and many companies are falling behind on their hiring needs more every day.
“As business becomes more global, delegation is more important than ever. In such a mega -competitive environment, our first instinct is to dig in and hunker down, but survival depends on doing just the opposite, reaching out,” says Daven Michaels, CEO of 123Employees and author of Outsource Smart.
In Outsourcing on a Limited Budget readers will discover the #1 resource for outsourcing when money is limited; find thousands of vendors eager to get your business; know exactly how to search for resources you need; find out what you absolutely must do to avoid complications when outsourcing and get outsourced jobs done in record time.
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About Kathleen Gage:
Kathleen Gage is the “no-nonsense, common sense” online marketing strategist, speaker, author, product creation specialist, and owner of “Power Up for Profits.” Kathleen helps entrepreneurs make money online. Her clients are driven by making a difference through their own unique voice.
Considered to be one of the nation’s most passionate speakers, Kathleen is known for cutting through the fluff and helping people to leave their sob stories behind, so they can stop focusing on the past and start looking towards the future. She speaks and teaches about what she believes are the core elements of a successful life: accountability, integrity, honesty, and living with passion and hope.
Gage’s mission is to help people understand that their business is merely a means to get their message out to the world. She teaches that it’s not just about what you do, but the reasons behind why you do it.
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