The different-colored badges and all that — that’s a vestige of an old mentality. It shows that companies don’t have the correct mentality about using flexible talent.
While cost optimisation is still a critically important criterion for outsourcing, it is no longer at the top of the list (nor even in the top five), since disruptive outsourcing, when executed well, can deliver competitive advantage by transforming the way organisations operate, and making them more agile, efficient, and effective.
Employees leave small businesses for fatter paychecks at larger firms. And since the small firms can’t hire as many workers as they’d like, they can’t generate as much revenue, limiting their ability to further raise wages. Big companies also export more overseas and so are reaping greater benefits from a generally healthy global economy.
The Queen’s beloved Corgi, Whisper, has passed after an interesting 12-year run at life.
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