Outstaffing

The meaning of outstaffing is simple: a company (usually a large one), wishing to focus on its core business and not be distracted by various HR issues, concludes an agreement with an intermediary organization that provides it with staff. The latter is legally their employer, and resolves all issues related to the selection, salary and registration of subordinates. She also maintains all documentation (accounting and personnel).
At the same time, employees work fully in the customer's company, but are on the staff of the provider company. Mostly outstaffing is used by companies with at least 100 employees.
The service is also popular among startups who want to quickly get the specific experts they need for development, which are difficult to find in any other way. Most often for the state there are deduced:

secretaries;
designers;
translators;
marketers;
IT specialists.
The intermediary takes on the functions of paying wages, paying taxes, enforcing labor laws (hiring, sick leave, dismissal, and so on). At the same time, all their working hours, employees are engaged in projects for the customer company. The staff is also under the direct control of its managers, which is one of the main differences between such a service and outsourcing.

People work in exactly the same way as full-time employees. They perform their usual duties, often even in the office of the client company. But without unnecessary legal complications and without the risk of costs. If the employee does not fit, the outstaffer simply changes him for free, so there is no need to fire anyone.

Legal side
The relationship between the outstaffer and the customer firm that needs employees is formalized through a staffing agreement.

    The meaning of outstaffing is simple: a company (usually a large one), wishing to focus on its core business and not be distracted by various HR issues, concludes an agreement with an intermediary organization that provides it with staff. The latter is legally their employer, and resolves all issues related to the selection, salary and registration of subordinates. She also maintains all documentation (accounting and personnel).
    At the same time, employees work fully in the customer's company, but are on the staff of the provider company. Mostly outstaffing is used by companies with at least 100 employees.
    The service is also popular among startups who want to quickly get the specific experts they need for development, which are difficult to find in any other way. Most often for the state there are deduced:

    secretaries;
    designers;
    translators;
    marketers;
    IT specialists.
    The intermediary takes on the functions of paying wages, paying taxes, enforcing labor laws (hiring, sick leave, dismissal, and so on). At the same time, all their working hours, employees are engaged in projects for the customer company. The staff is also under the direct control of its managers, which is one of the main differences between such a service and outsourcing.

    People work in exactly the same way as full-time employees. They perform their usual duties, often even in the office of the client company. But without unnecessary legal complications and without the risk of costs. If the employee does not fit, the outstaffer simply changes him for free, so there is no need to fire anyone.

    Legal side
    The relationship between the outstaffer and the customer firm that needs employees is formalized through a staffing agreement.

     
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