in News on May 16, 2011
After many complaints and difficulties the Indian government has taken steps to form rules concerning the protection of private information. What is not clear right now is whether these new laws will have a major impact on the outsourcing business as a whole.
in News on May 11, 2011
In 1997 the Kyoto protocol was founded and in 2005 it was put into action. The protocol is aiming at preventing global warning by committing the 191 countries that have signed and ratified it to reduce four major types of greenhouse gases.
in Outsourcing on May 05, 2011
The business process outsourcing (BPO) sector in India is currently caught between two stools, witnessing excellent demand while providers are simultaneously beating down the prices. This blog entry discusses how acute pricing pressure is challenging the otherwise booming BPO industry according to the latest research results of the Everest Group.
in Management on May 04, 2011
Attrition seems to be the new, worrying trend in the outsourcing sector that is challenging offshore service developers in India. The so called “talent wars” are fought between service development providers and an overall salary increase is the widespread consequence. But what to do if you staff is starting to leave your company for a better position? This blog entry provides service development companies with useful tips on how to prevent attrition.
in News on May 04, 2011
The situation of Mexico as a country can be followed on the news thoroughly and it does not seem to be in a very good state. Newspapers and television stations report constantly about drug smuggle and other drug related crimes. Almost weekly stories about people murdered for in this pool of drugs and violence are streamed. During the last couple of years more than 35.000 people became victims through no fault of their own.