Reducing the learning curve for a new contractor requires a team approach, one that might involve management, human resources, full-time employees and even other contractors. For small businesses and solopreneurs it will mean factoring in time for you, as the business owner, to be available to answer questions, and write guidelines and instructions. While every organization will need a unique approach, these suggestions can serve as a starting point to get new virtual contractors up-to-speed and on-the-job quickly and effectively.





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Written by Charlesha11
2077 days ago

Every organization will definitely need a unique approach, these suggestions can serve as a starting point to get new virtual contractors up-to-speed and on-the-job quickly and effectively.



Written by SeanGallahar
2077 days ago

As a virtual contractor, I agree. Having developed processes in place is one of the best way to help keep organized.



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