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May 18th, 2012

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10 Steps to Outsource Your Business May 18th, 2012

Business owners are bombarded with a truckload of responsibilities. However outsourcing provides an easier way to deal with those tasks. It presents an opportunity for you cut down on the workload and finish what you intend to get done.

Go through the columns one at a time. Remember to cross out items from the second line and transfer them to the fourth. The last line will consist of your priorities for outsourcing. 2. Decide Now it's time to decide which goes first. You need to refer to the delegate list from above and determine at least 2 or 3 items that you need done the most. 3. Identify Identify what kind of person you want for the job. You can use the questions below as criteria:

• What sort of skill level do they possess? It might look confusing but in fact, it actually isn't. So, fasten your seat belts, let’s go through the 10 steps to outsource your business.

• How many hours in a week are they in search of? • What kind of requirements do they have? • Are they good at speaking in English; can they communicate well?

Apart from that, identify the main duties these individuals will have the moment they're appointed. Will they handle research? Website creation? E-mail organizing? 1. Define Begin with defining the tasks you could outsource. Try the simplest procedure. Get a piece of paper and divide it into 4:

You also want to set a budget. Establish a certain amount. You'll be throwing away valuable time if your chosen candidate demands for an amount significantly greater than your budget. 4. Post Your Job It's time to upload your job! You're post should recap all the qualifications you need from an employee. As revealed in step number 3, what type skills are you after?

• “What I do” • “What I do that I don’t like doing” • “What I like to do”

By doing this you can cut down on the number of job seekers. Let's face it; if you put a somewhat generic description, you’ll

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May 18th, 2012

Published by: seychellelugo

get applicants from various parts of the globe. 50% of these applicants might not even fit the requirements. 5. Seek The fifth step is "seek"; looking for the ideal candidate. You're going to be tempted to take on the first or second applicant seeing as that's certainly easier. However you'd better scan your job postings to assure that they fit. Do not get too hung up on the price. Let's face it; you’d definitely stumble upon a variation of prices for the same job. So you have to determine if the price could potentially affect the quality of service they deliver. 6. Sorting through the Applications The sixth step is to sort through your list of competent job seekers. Examine their resumes. Assess the work they've completed for past employers. 7. Interview After you've selected a few applicants, it's time for the interview. The interviews for walk-in and offsite job seekers are the same. However the real question is, how do you interview someone efficiently? First, write down your interview questions in advance. Make them as specific as possible. In addition to that, measure their abilities with regards with the activities you are going to be assigning to them. You can likewise look through their portfolios if that's presented. You can also review their abilities then and there. For example you're in search for a writer, in the course of the interview, why don't you require them to compose a brief article for you? 8. Trial Stage Whenever I outsource I guarantee that this testing period is implemented. Usually, I’ll give them a project to do however I’ll leave some of it lacking. I want to see them fill the gap on their own. 9. Training We're right down to the ninth step, training. There are screen capture tools you can take full advantage of to supervise the project. Dropbox can also be utilized for file sharing whereas GoogleDocs is for web based file storage. 10. Let Go! We've come to the end of the list, letting go. Provide your employees the freedom to do the work themselves. In addition to that, don't micromanage. Let's face it; it won't offer any good results. See? It's easy! Use these 10 steps on how to outsource your business to your advantage.

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