What is Resource Staffing?

Staffing comprises of choosing the appropriate person for the appropriate job, training, and on-boarding while offering appropriate remuneration, performance appraisals, promotions, and transfer to employees.

Let’s have a look at a few of the Resource Staffing Services in a little more detail.

Managed Services

A managed service is any task handled by a third party, frequently in the context of business IT services. Managed services are a way to offload general tasks to an expert, in order to reduce costs, improve service quality, or free internal teams to do work that’s specific to your business. A company that provides these services is called a managed service provider (MSP).

What are the benefits of using managed services?

Managed services are beneficial for both large organizations and small businesses; new companies and established ones. Some of the benefits of using managed services include:

01. Filling Skills Gap

Relying on an expert to provide a service allows your teams to focus on innovation without getting bogged down in routine tasks.

02. Cost Saving

Using a managed service instead of building the capability in-house can be cheaper and the costs can be more predictable, which is helpful for budgeting.

03. Reliability

An in-house team is often juggling multiple responsibilities but an MSP can focus on perfecting the delivery of their specific service.


Outsourcing is the business practice of hiring a party outside a company to perform services or create goods that were traditionally performed in-house by the company's own employees and staff. Outsourcing is a practice usually undertaken by companies as a cost-cutting measure. As such, it can affect a wide range of jobs, ranging from customer support to manufacturing to the back office.

Key Takeaways of  Outsourcing

  • Companies use outsourcing to cut labor costs, including salaries for their personnel, overhead, equipment, and technology.
  • Outsourcing is also used by companies to dial down and focus on the core aspects of the business, spinning off the less critical operations to outside organizations.
  • On the downside, communication between the company and outside providers can be hard, and security threats can amp up when multiple parties can access sensitive data.
  • Outsourcing non-core activities can improve efficiency and productivity because another entity performs these smaller tasks better than the firm itself.
  • Businesses can also avoid expenses associated with overhead, equipment, and technology.
  • Outsourcing can help businesses reduce labor costs significantly.

Staff Augmentation

IT Staff augmentation is an outsourcing strategy of hiring skilled tech resources on an external basis to cover necessary positions in your team temporarily or permanently. It allows businesses to choose candidates only that fit their requirements and to cut your augmented team whenever you need to. This strategy consists of determining existing staff capabilities and defining what skills are needed.

Benefits of Staff Augmentation

  • No infrastructure investment
  • Reduces time spent on recruitment
  • Eliminates the additional costs of having in-house employees
  • Not bound geographically limitations
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