Advice & Tips

Investing in your outsourcing project is a major factor in its success, particularly when it comes to communication. Here are five tips to increase communication with your offshore team:
Make regular contact
Building a trusting relationship from the start is crucial. Invest time to explain the business, role expectations and how you will communicate. Ongoing contact is equally as important but can be one of the first things to get neglected when things become busier. Keeping in contact to

Deployed are your trusted outsourcing provider. We connect the skilled and talented Filipino workforce with international opportunities. We support our clients by providing a high quality ongoing service and provide our employees with the tools and training to grow in their career. You will be hired by us but you will work and be managed by the client overseas. Working for Deployed opens the door to great opportunities.

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Working for an offshore team is an exciting opportunity to progress in your career and learn about new business systems, structure and etiquette. Your Deployed office will offer ongoing support but it is important to build an early relationship with your overseas employer.

Introduce yourself

Build a strong relationship with your employer from the offset and don’t be afraid to ask questions so you know what is expected of you. Ask for the opportunity to introduce yourself

Starting a new role can seem daunting - you will be nervous, anxious and excited at the same time. A new role is a fresh start to let go of old habits and flourish in your chosen career. Here are some helpful tips to get the most out of your new job.
Set yourself goals
Your job should be more than an opportunity to make some money. Before you start, think of a list of milestones you

We are likely to change jobs at least once in our lives whether it’s for a new opportunity, better salary or because of incompatible work dynamics. When you resign, your company may use persuasive tactics in the form of a counter offer to make you change your mind. A counter offer is an enticement to make you stay in your current position. Not wanting to lose you, your employer may offer you more salary, responsibilities

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