Re: [of] Exchange rate collapse & online facilitatio
- In the midst of all this doom and gloom, there is one bright spot (or
so I think).
When things are going really well, financially, companies tend to take
on lots of staff and do most things internally. When hard times hit,
lots of staff are let go and companies start looking for temporary
help - not just temps per se but also high-priced, specialized
expertise (namely, consultants). My work has started to pick up.
Why? I think it's because organizations are struggling with (a) the
severe problems they're facing and (b) a shortfall of internal
expertise. At least that's always been the case before. In short,
companies are looking about for relevant expertise they don't have to
put on the payroll - and, if they can find it, they'll pay a
short-term premium (read that as higher fees than they'll pay in good
Anyway, just thought I'd toss that into the mix.
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