Reduce costs and increase profits without compromise. All while accessing a deeper, wider talent pool.
When your offshore team cares about the outcomes of their work, they’ll work harder and commit to continuous improvement.
Reap the benefits of big-business infrastructure and proven best-practices without all the usual hassle and expenditure.
Its low living costs and first-class education system are just the beginning. See why the Philippines is the best offshoring destination.
When you partner with the strongest provider, you get the best outcome, and no hidden costs or unforeseen risks.
It’s your team. You have full visibility and control, without having to worry about facilities, operations and regulations.
Learn your offshoring options and explore the benefits of Managed Operations over less effective models.
As the largest managed operations offshoring provider in the Philippines, we’ve learned a lot. Here are some tips to ensure your success.
Offshore staffing has a bevy of benefits, not least the potential for up to 70% cost savings.
We make it easy and affordable for businesses to build their own full-time, dedicated teams in the Philippines.
Meet the team behind our successful journey to becoming the largest offshoring provider in the Philippines.
We have 11 locations in purpose-built hubs across the Philippines, giving you the best performance and talent pool possible.
11 state-of-the-art delivery centers, 2 careers centers, 4 prime locations, 21,931 square meters.
Since 2012, our organization has been certified according to ISO 9001 and ISO 27001.
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Unlock the full potential of outsourcing with ease and discover the perfect fit for your organization. Our comprehensive range of offshore roles can help streamline your operations and make outsourcing simple.
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Outsourcing an entire department or division in your business can lead to major efficiency gains. For successful team structures, local market recruitment advice and suggested staff to leader ratios, select one of the common teams that can be easily outsourced to the Philippines below.
Outsourcing is a very versatile strategy suitable for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Below are common industries that have successfully implemented an offshore model. Get local insights relevant to your area of specialization, learn what others have done in your industry and leverage their experience.
From March 10, 2020, the day prior to the World Health Organization's declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, to February 28, 2022, a total of 122,823 movement restrictions were put in place globally. As a result, in 2020, the unemployment rates among migrants surged significantly in over 75% of all OECD member countries1.
These pandemic response measures resulted in many temporary workers returning to their homes in an effort to safeguard the public and limit worker mobility. Although this approach played a significant role in effectively controlling the spread of COVID-19, its effects are currently being felt by the recruitment industry globally.
The pandemic was responsible for the emergence of workplace trends, many of which promoted changes in working styles, such as ‘The Great Resignation’, ‘The Great Reshuffle’, and ‘The Great Re-evaluation’.
The difficulty of obtaining and retaining skilled workers is also on the rise, with a growing trend of candidates failing to show up for interviews or respond to job offers. In Australia alone, as per the recent release from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, there are 480,100 open job positions in Australia, representing a 111.1% rise since February 20202. According to SEEK's March 2022 employment dashboard, the number of job applications per advertisement has decreased by 42.5% from February 2021 to February 20223.
Businesses are facing retention challenges primarily due to competition from other employers and inadequate pay or working conditions4. This has led to pressure on companies to enhance salary and benefits packages to retain skilled workers or to incur high recruitment expenses. It's worth noting that the cost of hiring a single employee has risen significantly, from an average of $10,500 to $23,860 per candidate in just one year5.
A lack of skilled workers can impede a business's expansion, as there is not enough expertise, knowledge, or personnel to support scaling opportunities. Training costs may increase as businesses are compelled to hire unqualified candidates to meet production or project deadlines.
According to Hays6, the top 10 in-demand jobs for 2023 are:
Knowing the skills that are in demand is important for several reasons - from both an employer and employee-candidate perspective:
The in-demand skills of 2023 can be broadly categorized into three categories: technical, soft, and industry-specific.
The future of labor is expected to be shaped by a number of factors, including advances in technology, changing demographics and shifting economic conditions. Some of the key trends that are likely to impact the labor market include:
The labor market is constantly evolving and it is important for businesses, workers, and policymakers to stay informed and adapt to the changes. With technology advancing rapidly, the demand for skilled professionals in technical fields such as artificial intelligence, robotics and cybersecurity is expected to grow.
The shift towards remote and hybrid work models will also change the way we work and will require new skills and tools to be used. Furthermore, the trend of outsourcing and offshoring is also expected to continue, which will have both opportunities and challenges for workers and businesses.
To stay competitive, it is important for individuals to invest in their own professional development and for businesses to provide opportunities for employee training and development. Overall, with the right skills and knowledge, workers and businesses can navigate the ever-changing landscape of the labor market and capitalize on new opportunities for growth and success.
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