Labor Outsourcing in the Globalization Process
AbstractCurrently, the sense of responsibility opposite to their own professional development is more important than ever due to potential relocation of many economic activities worldwide, leading to the assessment of each job in terms that create value and unique skills that you can stake. There are no "American" or "European" jobs in the globalized world, but there are jobs that will inevitably revert to the most able, intelligent, effective and cheap, regardless of where they come from or where they live. Experience proved that outsourcing labor is not only cheaper but more effective. On this basis, Friedman built the inequation CQ + PQ> IQ, which expresses an absolute truth that whenever a very curious and passionate individual would be preferred to one with endowed with intelligence. So for us to fold to this flat world, education, training and continuous transformation have an important role.
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outsourcing; jobs; global chain;
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