When developing strategies to maximize the value of independent talent, as with many situations in business, it is best to understand the dynamics of the marketplace. To help describe the “human capital” market, a parallel can be drawn to financial markets and the basic elements of managing investments. This blog takes a deeper dive into this parallel, the processes involved, and how to efficiently and effectively execute a strong independent talent strategy.
The growth and innovation of the American workplace has outpaced the evolution of laws and rules. A modern solution is very necessary to (re)stimulate this innovation. With this in mind, this week, we released a proposal, the Certified Self-Employed (CSE) solution, to modify how the U.S. government classifies and regulates independent workers.
When selling your consulting services, the right match means everything. A client-consultant relationship is, of course, a two-way street. The last thing a consultant wants to do is lose to a competitor or find themselves working for a client who cannot afford their services. The information below takes a look at how independents can properly qualify potential new clients.
The needs of the American enterprise are simple: innovate, create, and execute programs and projects with the best tools and talent available. How you get there, however, can be quite complicated. First and foremost, you’ll need to attract the best talent, often in the form of independent contractors. This blog takes a look at the questions enterprises must address in order to be branded as a “Client of Choice.”
By the end of 2017, business email will account for over 132 billion emails sent and received per day. In order to put (and keep) your best email face forward, we’ve shared a few ways to maintain common courtesy - while providing the value you deliver in every interaction with your clients - in your email communication.