How an HRO can help Manufacturers who are Nearshoring and Reshoring

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Recently, there was a 45% increase in reshored jobs, a surge that is causing companies to change the way they operate to stay competitive. If your manufacturing business is looking to take advantage of the opportunities in nearshoring and reshoring present, a human resources outsourcing (HRO) provider can be an invaluable partner. By collaborating with an HRO, you can streamline your HR processes, improve efficiency, and reduce costs. This white paper will explore nearshoring and offshoring and how working with an HRO allows manufacturers to focus on their core business while ensuring that their workforce is aligned with their strategic goals