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16 Aug 10 8:16 am
Ideally yes, you should be paying your outsourcer for the training time. They are doing it for you and it is pretty much the norm. Think of it this way, if you hired a staff and wanted them to learn something, you will be paying for that. They may join a new company and use those skills there too.
The other options are to hire trained staff or to get work done on project basis.
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