Advantages of body leasing:
- Flexibility: With body leasing, companies can quickly adjust the number of employees to meet current business needs. It’s the perfect model for projects with fluctuating workloads.
- Time savings: The leasing company handles HR processes such as recruiting, training and managing employees. This allows the company using body leasing to focus on its core business.
- Access to experts: The leasing company usually has a broad base of specialists in various fields, so the right expertise for specific projects can be found quickly.
- Reduced employment risks: Body leasing transfers many employment risks to the leasing company. The leasing company is responsible for all employment paperwork and can quickly provide a replacement if there are problems with an employee.
Disadvantages of body leasing:
- Lack of full control over personnel: In the body leasing model, employees are hired by the leasing company, which means that the company using their services does not have full control over those employees.
- Potential communication problems: Leasing employees may be physically distant from the rest of the team, which can make communication and integration difficult.
- Lack of employee loyalty: Because employees are employed by the leasing company, they may not feel as connected to the company using their services, which can affect their commitment and loyalty.
- Cost: In some cases, the cost of hiring specialists through a leasing company can be higher than hiring them directly, especially over a longer period of time.
The choice of body leasing as a business model should be based on a careful analysis of the company’s needs and the characteristics of the projects for which employees are to be hired.
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