Each country has its own regulatory obligations associated with employing and engaging project workers. Matthew Franceschini puts forward a case for engaging a dedicated global workforce management partner.
Project workers and contractors tend to be very active networkers, promoting every engagement to confirm their marketability and their skills. Matthew Franceschini explains how you can use this to assist your organisation’s reputation.
Project contractors are happy and satisfied with their independence and are consistently finding work in a changing market, according to recent research conducted by Monash University and Entity Solutions.
Engaging project workers can be a cost effective way to tap into on-demand expertise, but this form of engagement is not without its risks. Matthew Franceschini says these three best practices will help you achieve a transparent relationship, free of disputes.
As an independent professional you’ll find yourself juggling multiple projects and clients, all without the benefit of a manager to keep you on track. Matthew Franceschini on why business planning is essential for project workers.
As a project worker you take responsibility and accountability for your own career by continuing to invest in your skill set and capabilities. Matthew Franceschini on using skills development for marketing purposes.
Using a contractor management organisation to engage and manage your contracted project workforce can be the most cost-effective, risk free and simple solution. Matthew Franceschini suggests eight questions to ask of these agents.
For the last hundred years, the talent engagement model has relied on permanent staff, but the model no longer accurately reflects the reality of 21st century talent engagement. Enter the project worker, writes Matthew Franceschini.