What is outstaffing?
Outstaffing is a service of moving employees from the workforce of the client to that of the agency.
Outsourcing means that you manage the staff NEITHER de facto, NOR de jure. Outstaffing implies that the staff belong nominally to the agency but are actually managed by you.
How does it work?
You move part of your employees out of the workforce.
They are then juridically hired by the agency that pays their salary, calculates taxes and sick pay, in other words it takes upon itself all bureaucratic procedures and responsibility.
Effectively, employees keep working for you. You get rid of the whole rigmarole, getting numerous advantages instead...
What are the pros?
- Quick recruitment and lay-off.
- It is possible not to heed the limitations set by a legislating body (probationary period, quota, etc.) of the head office.
- No risks of being fined or involved in a legal case (violations of labor law).
- The pressure on the recruitment and accountant departments will be considerably reduced!
- Reduction of costs.