The HRO Industry… Growing, and Growing, and Growing…

Global Industry Analysts, Inc, a worldwide business strategy  and market intelligence company, recently released its global strategic business report on the human resources outsourcing (HRO) market.

The growing market for human resources outsourcing is expected to reach $199.6 billion by the year 2017! According to Global Industry Analysts, the recent increase in demand for human resources is driven by the need for companies to align business operations with HR.  As compliance pressures and the complexity of business processes become increasingly difficult, many companies are calling in the professionals!

Other significant reasons companies are engaging in co-employment relationships and human resources outsourcing is cost reduction, policy framework, and access to specialized technologies.  Growth is not limited to the US either; HRO is now a global market. Continental European markets, the UK and Asia are all expected to grow exponentially in the upcoming years, as more organizations recognize that outsourcing components of human resources increases efficiency and reduces costs

By employing the services of “HR experts,” companies can gain significant cost reductions without affecting the overall quality of operations. Business continues as usual, with the one exception that HR is streamlined and improved!

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One Response

  1. The industry is growing by leaps and bounds and we are seeing more and more mid-sized companies and municipalities and school districts signing on to alleviate out-of-control labor costs.

    We recently signed up a 5,000 school district in the Mid-West, saving them nearly $2 million annually, not to mention, lowering their administrative headcount, thus future retirement and benefit obligations.

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