Sometimes, a business — e-commerce enterprises among them — just doesn’t have the people power to meet some demands that may come up unexpectedly or that were anticipated from the start. This situation can arise for a number of reasons, from increased business to expansion to mergers.

When the demand for more minds and hands develops, using contract staff provides businesses with a flexible staffing alternative. Contractors allow for a temporary, and sometimes indefinite, expansion of the workforce for a particular project. Occasionally, contractors join the staff as permanent employees — whether to sustain new business demands, to replace staff lost by attrition or otherwise or to fulfill new duties brought on by additional business.

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