Employees working in Software Outsourcing CompaniesSaturday, February 04, 2006
What do the Software Outsourcing employees look for, apart from their work schedules and attractive incentives? Well definitely we human do no suffice ourselves with the necessity and primary wants our life, but our needs have increased as time goes and money matters increase. The average human-life is around sixty-years and each Software Outsourcing employee dreams to build his/her own furnished apartment, all the various comforts, have huge savings in banks and other investments for his family. On the same course, expense grows on day-to-day profit. Software Development India has greatly contributed for its citizen, by offshore and onshore outsourcing.
Software Outsourcing employee staffs look for a creative and energetic climate which is attractive and appealing for them. They know that they spend their more than half of the day in programming, in projects and so contribute their energy and devotion to the development firm they are associated with. Some employees prefer to have additional assignments for more experience on freelance scale. And there are other factors which contribute like the development of the high-tech industry and rise in competitiveness between the outsourcing companies. Workers demand for industrial policy to safeguard their hard-earned saving and Software Outsourcing sees to that these demands are fulfilled to impart its contribution for economic development.
What is most important for any of the Software Outsourcing firm is its location. The location should be in local areas whereby the workers can conveniently travel from work to home. If we have techno-parks at the locality of the Outsourcing firms, it is an additional advantage to the workers to relax and psychologically feel comfortable with the aroma. The Company should be close to the main roads and cross-roads, so that workers even at late or off hours can travel in tubes and buses with all the concession facility. It would be better if the company personally takes care of its own employee’s conveyance, for risks of sudden accident or death is higher when traveling through public or government vehicles. The techno-parks would provide services which are cheaper and exclusively for the Software Outsourcing employees. All this makes it economically very interesting.
It is obvious that one economic zone cannot solve all the sectors problems. It would be more reasonable if all the Software Outsourcing firms join hands and support the whole industry. Such novel and interesting ideas do attract the employees who intend to stay in the firm for a longer time. The engineers are to be interested in such projects and these projects to be outsourced between various Software companies. The employment and recruitment for the company increases reasonably. There is proximity between the companies and other line of communication brings advantage for high-tech producers. The expensive components and equipments could be imported and outsourced at cheaper rates combines with the tariffs. The industry needs tax concessions for such an infrastructure to create for the employees and the export of all the high-tech products and services should be lobbied well. Software Outsourcing firms also needs big IT parks that provide total range of services for innovative business, a small incubator, educational and library center, investments funds and other consulting firms’ presence. The employees of the industry would find their small and youthful life in their nearby locality.