Bernard attempted to explain what in-sourcing was in today’s meeting:
“We’re an OUTsourcing company. Work comes OUT to us, but we can’t get enough people IN, so we have to go OUT and get IN staff through other sources.
I don’t want it to get OUT that we’re getting these people IN – how can you outsource outsourcing – so keep it amongst yourselves errrrrrrrrmmmmm!
They’ll be IN the office while we work OUT how many people we need IN. Then they’ll be OUT.”
Fair enough – but it isn’t cricket.