This is a choice, a huge one in the life of the freelancer, the entrepreneur or anyone who seeks to engage with the marketplace. The customer buys (or doesn't buy) what you make. The client asks you to make something....
Training pays. Sometimes, it's easy to underestimate just how much it pays. Consider an employee who is going to work 2000 hours for you this year. It's not unusual for an organization to spend only 10 or 20 hours training...
When it comes to managing employees, striking the balance between hands-on and micromanaging can be tough. After all, you want to be sure that employees "get it" and that the work is being done well. What’s the harm in making sure?It could be more
The gap between volume of hiring and hiring budgets has widened in 2015. With a decrease in the hiring budget, talent leaders see employee referrals and retention as a priority for their organisation, as per LinkedIn India Recruiting Trends 2016
British managers are the most ambitious when it comes to training their workforce.According to the finding of The Cegos Observatory's Barometer, many companies still do not rank training as a strategic priority - with the notable exception of the UK
From: brw.com.auRecommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy More and more Entrepreneurs need to depend on Freelancers to get work done. Specially if you need expertise and skills that you cannot afford to have on your team full time. And in my experience
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