Outstaffing



Outstaffing entails the transfer of some employees working in one company to another legal entity who, in turn, incurs full legal responsibility for them. The “transferred” employees continue to work at their regular positions at the “native company,” but the responsibilities for maintaining their documentation, related salaries, taxes, and other work issues become the responsibility of the “provider company” to which the employees were transferred.
 

"Smart"Outstaffing results in cost reduction and increased efficiency of the company. 

Outstaffing will be the perfect decision in the following cases:

  • Company  has no high level software developers corresponding to their needs;
  • Company needs a developer of a new technology;
  • Company needs a developer of very rare skill;
  • Company has a specific business domain of action;
  • Company needs to use remote resource while closing office position (often this takes more than 2 months and the client does not want to wait so much time);
  • A company needs partaking of the professional in a project for 2-3 months.

Advantages of Outstaffing:

  • Dealing with limited staff amount;
  • Optimization of relations with staff involved in individual projects;
  • The ability to receive workers at any time;
  • Mobility in staff hiring;
  • Reduction of administrative and financial burden on own staff.