When you lease employees, you are essentially renting out his or her services and a specialized skill set.
Software firms, for example can get additional programmers for a project that needs the extra man power. Upon project completion, they can then turn in these services. Companies benefit from lower expenses, compared to maintaining employees on the long term.
In fact, keeping leased employees on your long term payroll works even better to your advantage as their rates are more affordable and you no longer have to deal with the nitty-gritty of compensation and benefits.
Partnering with an offshore employee leasing firm gets firms even better traction both in their operations and expenditure. This type of firm has more competitive rates, and they mostly operate during your off-peak hours, thus making your time more productive.
The other aspect that makes employee leasing attractive is that firms can get other people to handle typical employer responsibilities without giving it up entirely. These functions include recruitment, training, disciplining, accounting, payroll, and other tasks that don’t relate directly to the company’s forte.
Offshore professional leasing companies also equip your leased employees with the necessary equipment and office space needed to carry out services. This frees up your own resources, allowing you to focus on more revenue-generating endeavors. Firms can better focus on their core competencies and on their growth as a business – something crucial for start-up companies.
At Staffing and Leasing, we specialize in helping out small and medium-sized companies streamline their operations by offering them offshore employee leasing options. Our clients get world class work at far more competitive rates. Contact us to learn more!
- Posted by Staffing & Leasing
- On May 21, 2013