Hiring Full Time vs Part Timer

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Why would I ever hire full-time software staff, or an IT department, in this day and age? I don’t know why I did it, but sometimes I do regret it. When I look at how my small business is just hardly managing to break even, and I see how many of my resources are being devoted to such a large full-time staff, well not comparatively large, but for a small business like my little Boutique, it is quite substantial, I guess I wonder why I am paying so much for software experts when what I do actually has nothing to do with software. Does that make sense? I mean, every business needs technology experts at their disposal, but do we really need to pay them a full-time wage I’ve been doing this without question, until I met other small business owners who thought that my Approach was ludicrous…  Can you imagine? The most common way of doing business in a certain aspect of running an organisation has become completely absurd to new business owners. Time move fast, and sometimes I wonder if I seriously shot myself in the foot by reading old business books that were recommended to me by mentors and former business people that I had been allied with. It seems that business is Shifting at an all-time high, and things like IT outsourcing seem to be solutions that not only cut costs but can also raise quality. That is a serious amount of value that can be created by making a simple shift. To not have to pay an employee and less there is pertinent work that needs to be done in their department is something that would have been unimaginable 10 years ago. As far as I knew, at least, but I guess I’ve always been a little bit behind the times when it comes to these technological sorts of exploits. I guess I am just lucky to be a small business owner in this time and place. I’m lucky that new Solutions keep coming my way, but I think that I will continue to keep my staff the way they are for now. There is no price that can be put on camaraderie and healthy work environment, and luckily that is what I have now, and I’m going to maintain it. The last thing that I think anyone would recommend is destroying a productive environment for the sake of pinching just a couple of pennies