If you’re like the majority of businesses, you engage at least one independent contractor every year. Increasingly, companies and small businesses are relying more on independent contractors to provide outsourced resources like marketing, sales, technology, accounting, and a host of other work functions. It’s a great way to reduce your overhead, select the best talent for discrete projects, and remain focused on your core business proposition.
As more businesses turn to independent contractors to supplement their workforce, competition for top talent is increasing. Obviously, competitive compensation and flexibility are ways to set your business apart. But here are a few additional ways you can set your business apart and attract top freelancing talent: