How to Become a Self Employed Consultant: 5 Steps to Starting Right

How to Become a Self Employed Consultant 5 Steps to Starting Right

Is going independent and starting your own business a dream of yours? While becoming an independent contractor may sound great, you might not feel 100% ready just quite yet. Being confident in your decision is important, and luckily there’s a lot you can do to prepare for self-employment so you feel completely informed in your…

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Top 10 Tips for Career Transition in The Time of Covid-19

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In these challenging times executives are suddenly being forced to prepare for an unwanted career transition. Others have been planning a departure to retirement, or second career self-employment, for years. The recent DC/Baltimore Chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications Zoom webinar, an online webinar for women in career transitions, showcased some of the best practices,…

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How to Source Consultants for Projects

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There are many reasons leading enterprises are choosing to supplement their workforce with independent professional talent. Independents provide in-demand skills and flexibility that allow organizations to work on a project-by-project basis, increasing their agility and giving them the ability to ebb and flow with market trends. If your organization is looking to expand their population…

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8 Ways to Effectively Engage Independent Contractors

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While navigating the risk of worker misclassification can be daunting, independent contractor engagement doesn’t have to be complicated. As the use of independent talent becomes more mainstream, so has the engagement process. Follow these eight tips to simplify the way you engage your independent professionals. 1. Work with an Experienced Organization Partnering with an established…

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Retirement Planning Tips For Self Employed Professionals

Retirement Planning Tips For Self Employed Professionals

As an independent professional, you love what you do, but looking forward towards the end of your career you won’t be running your business on a full-time basis forever. More than 15 million independents work full time, more than 15 hours per week. Whether you are just starting your small business or you have an…

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4 Contingent Workforce Engagement Strategies

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Over the past several years, the independent contractor-client relationship has seen some dramatic shifts. In order to attract and retain top talent form a pool of 41 million Americans who work as consultants, freelancers, contractors, temporary, or on-call workers, enterprises must develop new processes, policies, and practices to become a Client of Choice—independent talent’s first…

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