Major issues have risen up over the past decade with regards to outsourcing jobs. Everyone these days have a notion that the term “outsourcing” means shipping jobs out of the country to cut down costs. Outsourcing necessarily does not mean delegating jobs outside a country is simply means handing over the task to a company who does it better and in turn reduces the overall expenditure as well. BPO providers can be located in the same country, outsourcing legal processes ideally happens within the country itself.
There is no denying that even though outsourcing can take place within a country itself, majority of outsourced work is provided abroad. Labour is cheaper and infrastructural costs can be cut down to a significant extent as well. In all honesty outsourcing jobs to other countries cannot be completely stopped because of the expertise other countries have to offer. Various bills have been rejected with regards stopping outsourcing, this is because the present technology and the growth of technology the world has seen. Outsourcing helped this to a very large extent.
Outsourcing has united plenty of countries together to share their knowledge and skill amongst each other. BPO services in India have been heavily criticized stealing plenty of jobs, but not many people are aware of the fact that even India has outsourced jobs to US as well, Infosys a major company in India has offices in US – staffed by Americans who are trained in India. None of this happened primarily to save money, every nation has an area it excels in and making use of such expertise helps both parties.
We no longer live in a world with limited choices, outsourcing has united and brought in exchange of skills and much more. The amount of work being outsourced to other countries is something that has always raised concerns in many, but the blatant truth is the fact that outsourcing is here to stay. The drastic growth of technology and more has been contributed significantly by people all over the world doing what they do best.
Last Updated on January 6, 2017