Employees quit, are fired, get sick, or otherwise aren’t available one hundred percent of the time they should be working. It’s expected, but that doesn’t necessarily make it any easier to bear.
This is why, according to this post by Nathan Gibb, staff augmentation has become more important to many organisations. Gibb explains how staff augmentation can be used as an effective strategy to address six key areas:
Each of these areas are explained in how they relate to the benefits of staff augmentation, and why many organisations are turning to this emerging best practice.