When considering contracts for outsourcing, what other business dealing would you enter into without a legal binding agreement.
The same is true when working with freelancers. Not having the right agreement in place can be devastating from a cost and time perspective, if you haven’t properly protected you and your company when working with those that you hire.
You must have a contract in place that safeguards you and your business. Once you have that you can provide your freelancers with access to your company’s information, systems, or other proprietary processes and data.
Researching these contracts on your own can be a long, time consuming process. It can be confusing and frustrating, especially if you don’t know where to begin or what you are looking for.
If this sounds familiar, then this book is for you. You’ll learn about Master Service Agreements (MSAs). Statement of Work (SOW) Agreements. Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), and Non-Compete Agreements (NCAs).
This book explains each contract in detail as well as how you can apply them to your projects. How to define the work so that your information, and ideas are secure and protected when working with freelancers.
In this book, you will:
In this book, you will learn about the five most commonly used contracts – MSAs, SOWs, SLAs, NDAs, and NCAs – you’ll use when working with freelancers as well as when and how to apply these contracts different types of projects.
With the right contracts and the right information, you can have a safe and mutually beneficial relationship with your freelancers. To ensure a successful outcome and to avoid contracting mistakes, be sure to purchase a copy of “Using Contracts When Outsourcing to Online Freelancers” today.