When a small business looks to out-source their extra work load, many of them turn to the freelance world to get it done. They are looking for someone that can; do an efficient job, keep their information private, and have it completed on time while staying within the given guidelines. Doesn’t sound like too much to ask for from someone they don’t know, does it?
But, on the other hand, that is exactly what a freelancer is paid to do. They understand the moral rules of freelancing, and the requirements of the work before accepting the jobs they do, or at least any freelancer worth their weight should. If not, they will not last long in the business.
Small businesses take on a freelancer, give them the information that they will need, along with any guideline the company may have, and expect the work to be fulfilled. The freelancer is usually free to use their own creativity within these guides. When the job is done to the company’s satisfaction the freelancer is paid, and the company can retain the freelancer at another time to do additional work if they chose to do so.