by: Sarah Joson
Thursday, June 16, 2011 | Outsourcing News |
According to an Angus Reid survey done by the American Express Small Business Monitor last April, 38 percent of owners choose to avert difficult tasks but are having issues when it comes to trusting the quality of other people’s work. Meanwhile, twenty-four percent do not want to endure the difficulties of finding and managing new people.
Subsequently, majority of the survey participants say outsourcing is costly and are unwilling to surrender control of their business. The result clearly proves that small business proprietors in Canada would rather resolve tech issues on their own, even if they lack the expertise, than employ support.
Forty percent chose to be independent by doing office repairs, cleaning, and administrative tasks.
However, a lot of owners admitted that they are incapable of doing it all, particularly technology-related issues. In fact, 59 percent said they gave in to outsourcing and hired outsiders for at least one of their tasks in a span of six months. Some of the most outsourced processes are website-related and technical support.
According to a monthly report by the National Federation of Independent Business, even small business owners at the south of the border are unwilling to hire, not due to management control issues but because of the weak economy and political uncertainty.
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