If you are working with freelancers, you know how hard it can be to find the right fit – an independent consultant who does their job well and with whom you work well. I know you want to keep that freelancer on your team for as long as you can. So here are a few tips to help you do just that.
Not so long ago I published a blog post how to write a freelance job post to attract suitable candidates. Today, I will build on that post and talk some more about freelance recruitment and how to choose the right for your needs candidate.
If you have ever published a freelance job post, you probably already know how difficult the hiring process can be, especially on popular freelance websites. Today I will share my insights about writing your job post which could make your life easier. Follow these tips and you will not waste your time going through hundreds of spam applications and you will not miss any suitable candidates either.
As you know, I am a big fan of Google calendar and how it improves my time management. Using a project management tool is the inevitable next step. See 5 reasons, in no particular order, why you should take this next step.
Questions to clients are not “optional” to address once the freelancer has taken the time to ask them in the first place. I decided to write this article as I see a tendency in clients who choose to ignore the questions they have been asked and that’s not good – neither for them, nor for their projects.