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Hiring Offshore is Not About Cutting Heads Locally!

Hiring Offshore is Not About Cutting Heads Locally

Hiring Offshore is Not About Cutting Heads Locally!

Stephen Atcheler

Stephen Atcheler

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A lot of companies today are interested in outsourcing. But it’s important to remember that there are a variety of reasons for this. It’s not always about the financial aspects, although those can play a role. Most people assume it’s done to reduce overhead expenses.

As you explore what it offers, though, you’ll generally find there are benefits that go far beyond any cost savings. Here are a few of the most important things to consider when you outsource or hire offshore for your company.

Outsourcing Offers Many Strong Benefits

Offshore in the Philippines

Saving on your costs can be very important, but there’s more to the story. If you want just to send everything offshore and get rid of local talent to save big, you may be going about your business goals in the wrong way. Instead of cutting back on local people, you actually want to have more of them.

But first, you’ll want to hire offshore and outsource some of the work that doesn’t need to be done locally. Why? Because that frees you up to have your local team doing bigger things, that need to stay in your community.

When you hire offshore, you can save on tasks that your team doesn’t have to do any longer. Then they’ll be more focused on other tasks that could be bigger, more complex, or have to be completed on-site.

In other words, everything that requires them to be skilled and local. That’s not to say you won’t find skilled people when you hire offshore, but only that the kinds of skills you’ll be looking for will generally be different from the skills that are the main focus of your local team.

A Happy Internal Team Fuels Business Growth

Your internal, local team will be happy to take on significant responsibilities and focus on what they can offer to others who live and work in the area. You definitely want your team to feel good about themselves and the work they do for your company.

In short, a happy team is a productive team. If they’re no longer burdened with many smaller or incidental tasks because those have been outsourced, they can focus on valuable ways to strengthen your company.

Additionally, you can hire offshore for a lot of tasks that just aren’t in the wheelhouse of most of your team members. When you do that, you give them the opportunity to put more of their time and effort into what they do best.

Having team members who are taking on too many tasks, or trying to fill too many roles, doesn’t help them be happy with the jobs they’re doing or the career they’re trying to build. In turn, that can stop them from giving you their best. Happy team members are productive team members.

Production Can Increase Profit Margins

Those local, productive team members can help you start increasing your profit margins. In that way, outsourcing is about costs. But it’s less about cutting costs and more about bringing in more profit. Both can be very valuable for your company’s bottom line.

While cutting costs can improve that bottom line, it often does so at the expense of local workers and local jobs. When you focus on the right reasons for hiring offshore, though, you increase your bottom line without having to lose local workers or avoid choosing talented people in your community who can add value to your business.

Your outsourced workers will be handling important tasks, and so will your local team. They can work together to improve everything your business can do for its clients.

As you see profit margins get better and more clients coming into your business, you can feel confident that it’s because of the efforts of your internal team. That team wouldn’t be able to do what they’re doing, though, if it weren’t for hiring offshore for some of the other tasks they used to do in the past.

Hiring Offshore Can Increase Local Hiring, Too

Hiring Offshore Increases Local Hiring

Remember, when you hire offshore, you’re not cutting local talent. Instead, you’re sending some of your work to an outsourced location, so your internal team can do more with the time they have in their workday. That will lead them to bringing in more clients, which means you’ll be able to hire more local team members to work for your business.

If you only try to outsource in order to cut your costs, you’ll likely find that you’re not getting any real benefit from doing that. Instead, you’ll only pay less out in wages. That doesn’t bring more clients in or help you build your business.

By changing your focus and the reason behind your outsourcing, though, you can accomplish so much more as you grow your company and hire local talent to help you along the way.

About Author

Meet Stephen Atcheler, the Managing Director of a Real Estate Virtual Assistant Company. Stephen has been working in the industry since 2013 and has a wealth of experience in making outsourcing work for real estate businesses. He fell in love with real estate at a young age and has been working in the field since 2005. Stephen's passion for real estate and helping other business owners thrive led him to start his own real estate business in 2012, and eventually, to establish a real estate virtual assistant company to take it to the next level. Stephen's wealth of experience and knowledge in real estate and outsourcing make him the perfect person to guide you in setting up your own virtual assistant team. Feel free to reach out to him on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or Instagram.

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