It’s no secret that business owners wear many hats and are busy people. But if you and your current employees are unable to manage day-to-day tasks while growing the business, it may be time to consider offshore outsourcing. Our infographic below compares the costs of offshore employees versus hiring a local employee, and outlines how you can save both money and time.
Total Costs of Offshore Outsourcing vs A Local Employee
While a local employee can cost over $3,000 per month after paying their salary, employment tax, and benefits, an offshore employee only costs a business $1,700 per month on average. By hiring an offshore employee, businesses also save money on office space and technology.
Save Time with Offshore Outsourcing
In addition to saving money, business owners can save money with offshore outsourcing, as there are sick days or downtime to worry about. On average, an offshore employee works 48 hours per week, or 2,416 hours per year, compared with a local employee who works 40 hours per week, or 2,000 hours per year.
Getting Started with Offshore Outsourcing
With over 20 years as business owners, Noon Dalton has provided business process outsourcing services to over 687 businesses worldwide. Not sure if offshore outsourcing is right for you? Give us just five minutes of your time, and we will help you figure out what you need and determine whether our professional virtual assistant services are a match for the tasks you can outsource.