Building Trust Between Your Employees And Freelancers

There is a way to build trust between your employees and freelancers. More and more companies are turning to external experts, on a project, or a temporary basis. They do this in order to tap into certain skill sets and experience that they might not be able to find in the market otherwise.

Key Takeaways:

  • More companies and nonprofits are turning to external experts, on a project or temporary basis, to tap into unique skill sets and experience that they otherwise might not be able to access, afford, or locate in their market.
  • The increased use of external talent creates suspicion and generates concern and even resistance from internal employees, who worry about issues including:
  • When problems of collaboration exist between members of a team, whether they are internal or external, performance suffers.

“To avoid these problems, organizations need to consistently build trust between internal employees and the contractors with whom they are expected to work. Here are five practices, based on our work with dozens of organizations, that can help foster trust and promote collaboration on your blended teams.”

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