Outsourcing jobs while starting a restaurant business in the market is a good thing, because you get savings on time and money than letting your own personnel do it and thus tiring them or adding another workload while lengthening their efforts to their existing jobs.
Provided you have started your restaurant business and you get flooded with problems especially those concerning meeting customer orders, logistics and other administrative duties for survival.
Most common is paying another firm or hiring contractual workers (cooks and servers) once it is peak season for customers to help out with orders on specific meals in the menu which you think you cannot meet due to lack of personnel or space in the restaurant but still needs to serve it as based on customer demand.
One can also opt to hire outside logistics personnel or firms who will oversee in getting the materials and resources from places where you source your raw materials.
Rationally outsourcing can save you a lot on fees and saves you a great deal amount of time compared with the conventional employee methods.
Other venues for outsourcing include:
The management and administrative side of your business as accountants for your inventory, auditing and processing of payments and employee payrolls, collectors to pay out your clients or debts, janitors to oversee the clean ups for your restaurant, security personnel to guard your business vicinity against theft, waiters to help you out with the orders and serving your customers and lastly, a good customer service personnel to oversee customer inquiries and complaints if any.