Across developed economies around the world, an Inavero survey found nearly half of all hiring executives use freelancers to fill both, short-term critical roles and long-term revenue-generating positions. While it is common to use freelance workers, there’s not a lot of information to help to hire managers screen candidates and hire with confidence and rigor. Here’s everything you need to know to hire a freelancer in the telecom industry.
Projections show that by 2020, the number of Americans who are freelancers will have doubled. Already, there are over 55 million freelance workers. Which spells good news for employers: More candidates to choose from means that telecom employers can afford to be choosier when filling contract positions.
The first step, of course, is finding candidates to choose from—something online platforms make easy. There are many freelance marketplaces where workers and employers can see one another. Generic Services Marketplaces (such as upwork and freelancer) allow freelancers to create profiles that showcase their skills and work experience.
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