What are some of the aspects of your recruiting desk or business that you’d like to outsource to someone else?
Stress? How about frustration? Surely you could let somebody else deal with that. What about uncertainty?
C’mon, now, you say. Knock it off. There’s no way to outsource that stuff. Well, maybe not all of it. But it is possible to get rid of some of it, and when you do, you’ll be glad it’s gone.
And not only can you rid yourself of it, you can make money by doing so. That’s right. You’ll get paid for reducing stress on your desk and in your business. Okay, that’s it, you might be saying. Now I know you’re joking. That’s too good to be true.
It sounds too good to be true, but it’s absolutely, positively 100% true.
I’ve written many times in this blog about the benefits associated with making contract placements, but sometimes the tangible benefits overshadow the intangible ones, even though they hold just as much value. (Some people might argue that they hold even greater value.) More money and more capital are great, but they lose some of their luster if you shorten your life because of the stress you have to endure in order to get them.
Who wouldn’t want less stress in their life? In this day and age of hustle, bustle, and increasing competition, many people seem resigned to heightened levels of stress, even while they witness the effect it has on their health and overall well being. In my next series of blogs, I’m going to take a look at how adding contract staffing to your business model can subtract a lot of the things you’d like to do without.