Traditional Staffing vs. Cost Per Unit Model Infographic

February 27, 2020 Casey Nighbor

A cost per unit (CPU) model is when you manage your workforce based on output, not headcount. A CPU model would manage staff based on the amount of returns you need to process or the number of packages that need to be shipped. When faced with the decision of choosing between a traditional staffing model or a CPU model, which one will you choose to meet your business’s staffing needs?

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