Outsourcing viewed as an opportunity, not as a threat

Brown, Steve
November 2004
Employee Benefit News;Nov2004, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p30
Discusses the importance of outsourcing in the improvement of human resource performance and status with the organization. Factors to consider to achieve effective outsourcing; Opportunities provided by outsourcing for human resources; Steps involved for a successful outsourcing.


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