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Homing In. The call center may become a thing of the past–home-shoring is poised to make its mark on the economy. What’s in it for you?

According to data compiled by IDC, it costs $31 per employee per hour (including overhead and training) to operate a traditional call center in the U.S., compared to $21 per employee per hour to use homebased agents.

Tech-Heavy Silicon Valley Looks To the Over-50 Set for Expertise

Companies are expected to become even more reliant on older workers in the years to come. America’s baby boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, begin turning 60 this year and will soon start retiring. But demographic trend trackers say there won’t be enough younger workers to replace them. That means more companies will face staff shortages unless they can persuade some older employees to put off retirement and stay on the payroll.

Does Distributed Development Work?

Do you believe we’re entering the era of the "flat enterprise," where headquarter complexes will ultimately be replaced by webs of smaller branch offices? Or do you think the growth in branch offices is merely supplementing that in headquarters?

What’s The Real Cost of Your Offshore Operations?

To answer this requires us to look a lot deeper at the changing performance you get over time as dispersed teams get used to working together and the absolute difference in cost and productivity that occurs.

Outsourcing Is Climbing Skills Ladder

The report found that multinational corporations were global shoppers for talent. The companies want to nurture close links with leading universities in emerging markets to work with professors and to hire promising graduates.

‘Brain drain’ coming with wave of retirements

" ‘Will work for health benefits’ is important to older job-seekers, and so is the extra money to cover rising medical costs,"

Employers Step Up Efforts to Lure Stay-at-Home Moms Back to Work

Booz Allen Hamilton, Lehman Brothers, Deloitte & Touche and Merrill Lynch, among others, are working to lower the barriers with targeted recruitment, special retraining, mentoring, and new kinds of employment relationships designed to keep ex-employees tied to the firms.

Telecommuting and remote jobs benefit workers, help companies cut costs

Executives also say it helps them recruit and retain quality employees – such as educated, married 30-somethings who want a flexible job that allows them to stay home with their kids. The teleworker also might be a military wife or a retiree wanting extra cash.

Treasure Valley leaders in Idaho envision 5,000 new high-paying positions

VIP was created to help attract 5,000 new jobs to the area that pay about $35,000 a year. The new jobs are projected to add another 6,000 service industry jobs paying an average of $10 an hour, for a total annual payroll of $300 million.

Outsourcing is well worth the cost for many small businesses

When small companies outsource parts of their operations, owners and top executives find they can focus more on what really matters – building the business and serving clients and customers better.