Often, organizations consider outsourcing in response to business transformations an unpleasant choice, but that doesn’t have to be the case. The idea that other people are needed to handle responsibilities might be the best — or only — way to handle growth.
It’s easy to become over-extended as you expand, and it’s important that the C-suite’s energy is focused on maintaining the organization’s core functions. The in-house team of experienced leaders, managers and employees can handle core functions, but many other tasks can be effectively handled by outside sources.
Of course, the decision to outsource and the transition should be handled with care, so here are three tips to guide your strategy.
1. Look for an Outsourcer That Will Grow With You
You should consider an outsourcer that will be able to handle your workload not only now, but also several years down the line. When it comes to Human Capital Management, there are many questions to consider. For instance, do you have a unionized workforce, which can mean different benefits packages that must be managed? Then you need someone with the capabilities to handle multiple plans seamlessly. Does every location have the same pay scales, or do they differ? If you’re located across multiple states (or intend to expand into multiple states), can this outsourcer ensure compliance with all state laws?
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