Startups are always in a crunch—either for time, money or both. An entrepreneur may have some strengths on the team—technical, product development or marketing—but often there are gaps.
Many small companies just getting off the ground are short on financial, accounting and human resources expertise.
Not surprisingly, enterprising companies—especially specializing in human resources management—have risen up to assist small business in rounding out the missing staff—saving substantially on net per-employee costs.
The Young Entrepreneur Council contributed an article to Forbes.com describing the three jobs that any startup should outsource—to save money and leave entrepreneurs enough time to get the business off the ground:
If you’re running an early-stage startup, chances are there are some knowledge gaps in your core team. You may be strong on the technical side or a product whiz, but what about financial strategy, administration, HR? Are you prepared to manage the day-to-day of your startup, from recruiting new talent to bookkeeping to financial planning?
The complete report can be found at Forbes.com…