Why leasing the company?
The outsourced company, or “leasing company,” is responsible for finding and recruiting the developers, as well as handling all of the employment-related tasks such as payroll, benefits, and taxes. The client company, or “leasing client,” pays the leasing company a fee for the developers’ work, and has the option to extend or terminate the contract with the leasing company as needed.
Flexibility and independence
Body leasing can be a useful arrangement for companies that need to bring in additional software development resources on a temporary or project-based basis, but do not want to go through the process of hiring and onboarding new employees. It can also be a good option for developers who prefer the flexibility and independence of contracting work. However, it can also raise concerns about job security and fair treatment for the contractors, as they do not have the same employment protections as regular employees.