4 Benefits of working with nearshore teams
Benefits of working with nearshore teams
How can a company hire top talent without geographical and cultural barriers? How can companies integrate with their clients without gaps and lacks of communication?
The answer is working with nearshore teams.
What is a nearshore team?
A nearshore team is spread across geographical boundaries. Most people will be based in different cities and don’t often physically work together, but they are in similar time zones and continents.
¿What benefits can you see in your company working with nearshore teams?
1. Reduced costs
A team or company that is partially or distributed can save on real estate expenses because it does not need a physical space to operate.
There is also a significant saving in payment of public services, rent, and purchase of furniture such as chairs and desks. Not forgetting the savings in transportation for the company or employees and in time because not everyone can reach the exact hour.
2. Diversified experiences
Working with people from other countries help other people on your team to take advantage of each member’s experiences, becoming daily learning.
3. Acquisition of the best talent
Some people have an excellent curriculum, which adapts to the company’s needs but cannot be hired because they are not in the same city. But, if your company handles nearshore teams in different parts of the world, this is not an obstacle because you do not need to be physically close.
4. Increased productivity
Some people have had to leave their jobs because they have no one to take care of their children or make solid decisions, such as the illness of a relative, preventing them from attending a regular work schedule in an office.
Working in a company with nearshore teams, thanks to flexibility regarding physical space, your employees can take care of their children or be aware of their relatives without affecting their work activity.
An employee who is happy in his personal and work life has higher productivity in projects or work; It is not only for the money that he gets, it is also for the work environment.
Do you already have experience working with nearshore teams? Or would you like to start yours now?
- Book: ‘Distributed Teams’ The art and practice of working together while physically apart. John O’Duinn
Author: Diana Chávez.
Marketing Specialist of TechAID
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