Outsourcing has long been a daily practice in the labor market. You can easily find a potential employee anywhere in the world. This phenomenon is most evident in the IT industry. For workers in this industry, the limit of knowledge and technical skills is set only by their own desire to become better.
Of course, there is some classification, but this does not negate the fact that you can find good specialists anywhere. Technology knows no boundaries and is available for everyone to learn. Because of this, the difficulties of working in IT come down not only to technology and professional skills.
There are three polarities that arise when evaluating a problem:
- The problem requires a technical/creative approach
- Problem solved / not solved
- The problem occurred due to a misunderstanding/carelessness
The nature of how a person looks at a problem will bear a clear imprint of his culture. And since this fingerprint is different for everyone, these differences can get in the way of promising outstaffing. Let's look at this issue in more detail.