When used strategically, staffing can be a tool that can make a big impact on your bottom line. This article reviews several of the ways staffing can be used to control costs, enhance productivity, drive revenue growth and manage risk.
To reduce process bottlenecks, you can:
Hire additional staff in areas that are creating the bottlenecks.
Train your staff to improve their productivity.
Outsource specific process steps to firms that would be more productive in those activities.
Bring in temporaries to supplement your current staff.
Bring in administrative support to free your staff to focus on more critical activities.