Why New Contractors Really Need Help With Negotiation And Representation
Even the most experienced contractors often find trouble when it comes to negotiating with employers and dealing with matters of representation. Imagine how those who are new to the business may struggle?
Even the most experienced contractors often find trouble when it comes to negotiating with employers and dealing with matters of representation. Imagine how those who are new to the business may struggle? This is the reason why Professional Representation Network puts so much emphasis on negotiation and representation.
Those who are new to the world of contracting may be used to dealing with employers in a very different light. Often, employers are far less willing to negotiate when they’re looking for a straightforward employee rather than somebody to fill a contract position. Maybe the new contractor will not be aiming highly enough bearing in mind all the different parameters here. PRN is used to looking at this from a fresh perspective and will help the contractor to adjust their position as necessary before it’s time to sit down at the table.
Again, those who are new to the world of contracting may not be used to the prospect of driving a hard bargain. This does not mean being unrealistic or trying to drive an agreement that’s simply unpalatable. Yet it does mean presenting the case as strongly as possible. While the contractor may think that a particular part of their previous history was not of any value to the new employer, PRN may be able to look at this and suggest a way to “turn it around,” so that it becomes a strength and not a perceived weakness.
It’s important to re-emphasise that the contractor should present a very strong front to the employer. There are almost always experienced negotiators on the other side of the bargaining table and in many organisations they’re instructed to try and drive down the costs associated with hiring contractors if at all possible. At PRN we’re on the lookout for that kind of approach and emphasise to the contractor how important it is to stand up for the right type of agreement.
Any new contractors find that it’s a rather daunting prospect as they try to take control of their own affairs, find new positions by themselves, do their taxes, finances, wealth management and so on. Professional Representation Network was established to help contractors in all of these areas, fully understanding the need for support, guidance and representation.
The Professional Representation Network is a complete contracting provider, providing a variety of services to contractors from varying industries around the world. PRN identifies opportunities, negotiates contracts and provides support to contractors at every stage of the relationship. Relying on 40 years of experience in consulting and representation and access to an established network, PRN brings passion to help develop a contractor’s professional life.
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