Outsourcing Services in Guatemala

The cost savings achieved by outsourcing all kinds of services has fueled the growth of this form of contracting in the country.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

The rise of this type of contract services in Guatemala has led to companies in the sector creating the Union of Companies in Human Resource Outsourcing (Gesth).

Ivan Martinez, president of the Gesth told Prensalibre.com that "...Currently, the Gesth comprises of eight companies. In the country, companies began by outsourcing cleaning services, but it has developed into several areas. "

According to the organization, this type of contract, under there are now "... about 50 thousand Guatemalans working ... allows" ... companies to reduce, by up to 60% their operating costs through outsourcing. "



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