Is Integrated
Resourcing For You?

How do you know if integrated resourcing is right for your firm? There are many reasons a business would choose to offshore tasks. If you are having trouble deciding, we have designed this handy chart to help.

Signs That Your Firm May Be
Ready To Try Offshoring

Here are some signs that it might be time for your law firm to hire integrated resources. Do you find that your firm is:

If you’re experiencing any of these challenges, then hiring offshore help might be the right solution for your law firm. ShiftSixOS can help you take back control of your time and focus on what you do best – practicing law. If you are still having trouble deciding, use the decision tree below to help, and contact us for a free consultations.

Here are a few more things to consider when deciding if you should try offshoring with ShiftSixOS:

Your Budget: Hiring offshore staff with ShiftSixOS can save you money on labor costs, but you will need to determine if you have the funds to fill junior or senior roles.

Your Needs: What tasks do you need help with? Are they time-consuming, repetitive, or require specialized skills?

Your Goals: What do you hope to achieve by hiring offshore? Do you want to save time, improve efficiency, or focus on core competencies?

Your Bandwidth: How much time do you have to spend learning new skills or teaching your team? Has setting up automated tasks helped you save time or are you still struggling?

Integrated Resourcing Decision Tree

Follow the path of our decision tree to see if integrated resourcing with ShiftSixOS is right for your law firm. Download the chart here if you want to save it or are having trouble viewing it on-screen.

At ShiftSixOS we pride ourselves on being a different kind of recruitment company. We have developed a model that gives complete control to our clients of their offshore staff, and we work hard to mitigate any concerns they might have about hiring offshore. Learn more about how ShiftSixOS has improved the recruitment process on the “We’re Different” page.