The purpose of the study is to identify human resource functions in the Middle East is more dependent on outsourcing. Outsourcing for the recruitment, training and organizational development is believed to make things more efficient at work. Human resources effectiveness after outsourcing is rated to be way higher than when the expertise is sourced within the organization. The first phase of the projects is literature review which involves finding information on the basics of outsourcing and outsourcing activities like cost analysis and training of employees. Information is also collected from previous studies to help in the collection of updated information on outsourcing. The second phase of the study is the qualitative analysis that will allow measurement of the key impacts of human resource outsourcing on the organizational progress. Also, questionnaires will be distributed randomly to employees. The third phase of the study is sampling which involves an analysis of performance evaluation that enterprises display after outsourcing activity. From the research findings, outsourcing would aid in the effective operation of firms in the Middle East. Employees claim to deliver after efficiently outsourcing. Also, Outsourcing functions are useful in finding the best talents and skills to handle complex roles. Lastly, the research offers discussions of the findings of the study; outsourcing is the best HR approach in the Middle East since most of the companies are privately owned, and the main target is cost reduction. The main recommendation is that companies in the Middle East should adopt outsourcing for the main reason of cost reduction.