Maintaining Control of Critical Data an Era HR Outsourcing

Speroni, Paul
April 1999
Workforce;Apr99 Supplement, Vol. 78, p13
The article discusses the issues needed to be considered by the human resource (HR) departments of U.S. companies with regards to determining the extent of HR functions they are willing to delegate to an HR outsourcing firm. One approach is to select an outsourcing firm that offers the option to manage your own data through co-sourcing. With co-sourcing, the employer works with an outside vendor, but still maintains and manages data onsite using the vendor's software.


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