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Quick Poll: Is staff offshoring valid in tough times?

Quick Poll: Is staff offshoring valid in tough times?

Taking roles offshore is an increasing trend as companies look to save on staff costs during the recession. Recent examples of this are Telecom’s call centre staff outsourcing and Ingram Micro’s moves in Australia and earlier, New Zealand, to shift back office positions overseas.

Does the tough economic climate justify such action, or should IT firms be keeping local work available at all costs?

Vote in the poll by visiting reseller.co.nz and you could win Kaspersky’s Small Office Security 5+1 from SMS eTechnologies NZ Limited, worth $299.95.


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