Tesina: Outsourcing in the United States of America

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Tesina: Outsourcing in the United States of America

1. Hypothesis

2. Introduction

2.1-Definition of outsourcing

2.2-Diferent types of outsourcing

2.3-Advantajes of outsourcing

2.4-Disadvantages of outsourcing

3. Content

3.1- Areas where the outsourcing is mostly used.

3.2- Outsourcing through time in the U.S.

3.3- Companies that currently implement outsourcing in the U.S.

3.4- Most common outsourcing in the U.S.

3.5- Fluctual outsourcing in the last 10 years in the U.S.

3.6- Rates of unemployment caused by outsourcing

3.8- Standpoint of outsourcing negative/positive.

4.-Conclusion

4.1- Future advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing in the U.S.

5.-Notes

6.-BIbliography

1.-Hipótesis

Outsourcing affects The United States Economy, it doesn’t affect company workers or high executive managers, but employees are affected directly with the constant fear of losing their jobs. The main disadvantage of outsourcing creates offshoring which include massive layoff (unemployment) and the main advantage is cost and efficiently savings. This paper will try to prove that the economy of the United States is being affected by outsourcing.

2.-Introducción

In the following paper analyzes The United States of America (U.S.) this work is to perform an extensive research with reliable informational sources, using different types of methodologies that helps analyze and deliberating if our theory is right or wrong. The development of this paper includes some of the definitions of "Outsourcing" and the different types that exist; entering over the topic will discuss the pros and cons. It also investigate which types of industries are using this type of strategy and the Top 10 U.S. companies where it is used, also offshoring other significant strategy concerning the subject that will help us to have a more extensive knowledge and to make a deeper analysis. Assuming that our theory is correct, it will analyze how it affects the economy and what kind of "Outsourcing" is the most damaging to the economy of the U.S. using these can help investigate whether the US has decreased/increased or remained at a stable level over the past 10 years, with unemployment rates and if it has to do with outsourcing

2.1. – Outsourcing definition:

As defined in the Webster dictionary outsourcing states the definition as paying another company to provide services which a company might otherwise have employed its own staff to perform.

2.2-Diferent types of outsourcing

In BPO (Business Process Outsourcing), a particular process ortask is outsourced. A BPO work is either back office related or front office work. By front office functions are customer oriented work like marketing, answering calls, technical support and so on, whereas internal work like billing and purchase come in the back office category.

KPO (Knowledge Process Outsourcing) calls for work that needs higher levels of involvement from the worker. The worker has to employ advanced levels of research, analytical and technical skills and has to make decisions of a higher order than BPO work.

The most important type of outsourcing the one we want to base our work if offshorring , we can find the definition in the business dictionary as Work done for a company by people in another country that it’s done at a cheaper cost. Outside of costs, offshore outsourcing may be used to complete tasks that the company may not be equipped to handle; it’s also used to have cheaper productions and service costs. Call centers are a popular service that is often outsourced to other countries.

Offshore outsourcing is a factor for the U.S. for increasing unemployment due to the lack or elimination of jobs.

2.3-Advantajes of outsourcing

-Swiftness and Expertise: this is one of the most valuable advantages of the outsourcing because you are hiring people that are experts in their field and count with the equipment needed to...
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