Do your employees do all your data processing? Do they resent doing a “small job” that they think is beneath them? The truth is, there are no small jobs, only small minds… and data processing is no small job at all. it up to the professionals?
But why not leave
it up to the professionals?
Yes, if data processing is not a small job, it ought to be
handled by those who are professionals at the task… and not by your other employees.
But not for the reasons they cite.
Your employees each have a task to do. In fact, if you’re a small company, your employees may each have several tasks to do. Or, even if they’re not among those who multitask at work, they still have one primary function. Why saddle them with extraneous chores, however, that are outside the scope of their job function?
Those extraneous chores will take them away from their real work, their primary work.
And because those extraneous chores are not their real or primary work, they will inevitably no matter how conscientious the employees are — give short shrift to these extraneous chores.
You don’t want your data processing work given short shrift, do you?
In fact data processing ,data entry, data purging, data updating, payroll data, inventory data, orders data, account data, employee records data, corporate informational data, press resources data, and all the other types of data and data work you have, the foundation upon which your very corporate life depends — is a key and crucial aspect of your business.
Do you want to trust it to any but data processing professionals? And are your employees right in putting it down? No, they’re not… but that’s not the reason to give the job to an expert. True, if your employees make light of data processing, they may not give their full concentration to the job when they find themselves doing it. But the real reason to give the job to an expert is that it’s a job that requires a knowledgeable expert and you want to give it to no less an individual.
There are no small jobs, only minds small enough not to see the importance of a job such as data processing. Fortunately you, as the boss, understand the importance. That’s why, even now, you’re thinking about what firm would be best to do the job for you.