Outsourcing can be a valuable tool for companies to optimize their business performance
Parties to an outsourcing process are often connected to each other for a long period of time and have to rely on each other’s efforts and performance. In addition to opportunities, this entails risks.
Whether you outsource HR activities, payroll activities, hospitality and catering activities, facilities management, procurement or ICT: in all cases, it is essential to identify the parties’ mutual expectations at an early stage of the outsourcing process and to identify the legal risks of outsourcing. This leads to a well-balanced and well-considered contract, which may serve as a script for the implementation of the outsourcing.
Sound contractual arrangements
A strong partnership requires solid contractual arrangements regarding all the parties’ rights and obligations. Good quality assurance, realistic targets, the ability to monitor and, where necessary, adjust critical performance indicators, good pricing and a workable governance structure to monitor it all: all these are crucial to making the collaboration a success.
We help you to clearly formulate mutual expectations and undertakings and record them in the outsourcing contract – in detail where necessary, based on points of departures and principles where possible. This prevents disappointments and increases the probability of successful collaboration. HVG Law has the expertise and specializations to deal with all relevant legal issues related to outsourcing processes.