Bridging the 1099 Training Gap

More and more companies are finding the great cost-effective benefits of using 1099 contractors. These independent contractors are not technically classified as employees of the company, however, they provide important services for companies in a wide variety of industries.

Because these contractors often take on important jobs within these companies, some businesses have found it beneficial to begin training these contractors so that they can better supply services to their particular niche.

How this benefits business

Even though a 1099 is not an actual employee of your company, you can benefit by offering them training, especially if they are providing a great deal of services for your company. The small investment made in 1099 training can equip them to provide better and faster service to your company, still at a fraction of the cost of a full time employee.

Your 1099 contractors do not have the insider information concerning your company and culture like some of your other employees have and don’t typically have the benefit of water cooler chats. Being in the loop will help them provide even greater services for your company.

Best ways to train 1099s

Most 1099 contractors work remotely, or at least are not a part of the day-to-day office atmosphere. This can make training difficult if you do not have the proper tools.

In our increasingly remote society, it is imperative to have training options that can be executed remotely as well. Training software provides this convenience. The best and fastest way to interact with your staff and your 1099 contractors is through easily accessed technology.

With our training software specifically, you have the ability to create lessons using our simple, easy-to-use lesson builder and then make this training material available to your 1099 contractors quickly through assigning in-app or sharing with a link. There is no scheduling nightmares in order to set up an appropriate time to convene for training.

The truth is, you are busy, don’t have time to travel, and your 1099 contractors are busy as well. If you want to provide great, up-to-date training material for contractors working remotely, Lessonly can help you create these materials and make them quickly available.

When your 1099 contractors know exactly what is expected of them, they can provide you faster, better service.

Learn how companies use Lessonly to train their 1099 contractors here.

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