homeshoring

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homeshoring

(ˈhəʊmˌʃɔːrɪŋ)
n
(Commerce) the practice of paying one's employees to work from home rather than in an office. Also called: homesourcing
[C21: from home + (off)shoring]
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But who needs to hire people in a center when homesourcing has become such a rage.
Among his many examples of sourcing (homesourcing, insourcing, and outsourcing) is the story of JetBlue, an airline established in 1999 that homesources all reservations by hiring homemakers in Utah to make reservations from their homes.
Boeing is not alone in its recognition that three elements (offshoring, homesourcing and in-housing) can be used in a unique mix for a company to manufacture each of its products.
Homesourcing offers great opportunities for companies to engage a collaborative approach to serving customer needs while maximizing profits.