Every small business can benefit greatly from engaging expert help on part time basis. Using freelancers, in particular experienced senior professionals, is a lower cost solution that can provide a needed boost to your business. However, without a well thought through onboarding plan, they may not be an effective addition to your team.
Need an experienced help or new talent to boost your business but don't have the resources or desire to take on a full-time employee? Have you considered engaging a Baby Boomer for a project? Indeed, with more and more Baby Boomers joining the ranks of freelancers it may be the right solution to your talent problem.
If you have decided to hire a freelancer for your project, you are joining a growing wave of small businesses engaging external resources to help out on as needed basis. But how do you make sure your freelancer delivers value?
Can small businesses benefit from new technologies that are changing the way we work? Yes, if they follow a few simple steps in a disciplined way.
Your small business could use additional expert help. Should you hire a freelancer? Where do you start and how do you make sure that a freelancer that you engage is a good investment of your time and money?