8 TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL HR OUTSOURCING IN 2018

PALLAVI CHAWLA | June 2, 2018

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Outsourcing some activities of the HR function in your organization is a decision that must be taken by the top management. HR outsourcing gives companies many benefits like the ability to save time and money. However, while it may benefit companies, it could also be detrimental in that it is also likely to pose challenges for companies. There could be a pushback from employees and it could also affect company culture. Apart from these, there are other challenges that need to be addressed before a company can outsource its HR activities. Doing this will benefit not only the company, but also the freelancer doing the work.

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