Managing a business can be tiring at times, especially if you don’t have partners and workers who are willing to give their best in their assigned roles. The thing is, we can always look and opt for a better candidate for the job, but we can’t just spend money right away to get the best people. Entrepreneurs have to think strategically, especially if they are just starting. We always want higher quality at a lower cost.
That’s why more and more companies are choosing to outsource. And it is a strategic move for any business.
To review, outsourcing is when you hire a highly competent and well-educated global workforce at a lower cost.
After all, no man is an island. Entrepreneurs and business owners will always come to a point where they will need a helping hand. They need globally competitive people that won’t break the bank.
It is also important to take note that online business and eCommerce are the new normal in this period. And it would mean additional work for the businesses out there. Traditional or digital or combined, a business will drive more profit as long as it has skilled people on its core.
But why outsourcing workforce in the Philippines a good start?
Since there are many competing in the market, these companies are forced to provide excellent service at a lower cost. Of course, clients will always opt for quality at a lower price.
According to the Philippines Statistics Authority, there are 851 registered business process outsourcing companies in the country. This number is proof that the BPO industry in the Philippines is booming.
Google it. The Philippines will always be at the list of best outsourcing hubs in the world. In terms of Philippines Gross Domestic Products drivers, the BPO industry sides with the remittances as main contributors to the country’s growth.
It is just proof that while we have the quality, we also have the quantity.
The Filipino Culture As An Advantage
English as the universal language? Easy-peasy. English has been engraved in the Philippine education system since we were colonized by the Americans in the 1900s.
In daily Filipino routine, the English language has always been a part of the conversation because it is the norm. Filipinos have been learning the language since the earliest level in school up to college. If we have no trouble communicating in this language, what will make you think that we will have difficulty communicating with you?
And since we were colonized by different countries like Spain and the US for a very long time, we have adapted their traditions and beliefs. This healthy mix of influences abled us to work harmoniously in different and dynamic setups and workplaces.
Filipinos are also known for being hospitable, but it’s not just people that we always give our warm welcome. We wholeheartedly welcome different cultures and trends. Here, it’s normal to be a fan of US pop culture, Korean Pop Culture, European culture, and many more. See, it’s proof of how much we can adapt easily.
In terms of literacy rate, the Philippines has a 98.2% adult literacy rate according to the 2015 data of knoema.com. It is in the mindset of Filipinos that we need to finish education or finish college for us to get a decent job and earn a living.
What about now in the time of pandemic/ COVID-19
Of course, we adjusted. This health crisis shall not stop businesses from operating. We implemented work-from-home setups to continue our service to our clients.
Telecommuting/remote working has become the new normal. Offices and establishments may be empty but we can assure you that its employees are working comfortably working in the premises of their home.
According to Deloitte’s 2016 Global Outsourcing Survey, 59% of companies use outsourcing as a cost-cutting tool. This is not a promotional tactic but a strategic choice backed by business experts.
So if you’re looking for your next dream team, you come to the right place. And if we say that we are the right people? It’s because we are the right people.
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