It is a clear reality that contingent workers (defined as freelancers, contractors and temporary employees—basically all non-permanent employees at an organization) are playing an increasingly larger role in an organization’s success. With this in mind, leaders of in-house creative departments need to have a strategy on the impact that this may have on their department. While the creative industry has a long history of utilizing freelancers, the landscape is evolving rapidly. Properly utilizing contingent labor may be a key driver in achieving your company or departmental goals. Below are some tips and best practices to help you succeed in making the most of your contingent workforce.
For information about how Cella can add value to your business through consulting, coaching and training, please email [email protected]. This article was written by the president of Cella’s sister company, The BOSS Group, Conor Smith.
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