Understanding Trust Between Outsourcers and Clients

by Headstrong | White Paper

Outsourcers and clients often make business model decisions based on general assumptions about the nature of the work being performed and the type of outsourcer performing the work. These business models are often refined in a variety of ways depending upon the level of faith or trust that exists between the two parties. Recognizing trust as a factor in developing relationships can not only create a more productive partnership, but also map out a path for improving these relationships.

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