The market being in a competitive state nowadays, it is best for entrepreneurs with foresight to look to new horizons to cut costs and increase margins of profits as well as reduce risks. A viable option that fulfills all this is the practice of hiring licensed painters. There are several unique benefits of such a practice.
- Alternatives that provide relief to capital
Any business when hiring full-time employees must enter into several binding legal and financial agreements ensuring the protection of the interests of such an individual, who is often quite new to the field they are working on. All countries have some form of laws regulating the employment of individuals, not to mention creating an environment where they can work. This does not apply to painters who are licensed freelancers. They work on their own and produce the finished work often to the satisfaction of their contractors.
- Higher level of skill
A licensed painter is more often than not a professional with a lot of experience in his or her field. These people have a high skill level in their specific area of specialization and are thus far more capable of completing a task than an employee who is often not as skilled. This is why they charge a larger amount of money on the basis of the number of hours they have been hired. The experience comes from their multitudinous involvement in projects they worked for in earlier contracts, gaining far more from such circumstances than the average employee who works at only one place.
- Less legal hassles to keep in mind
There are many benefits that an employee is often due, apart from his or her salary. Most countries today ensure that the people are given their dues at work by necessitating the company to protect the health and general well-being of its employees by paying for their medical expenses and security of social life. This often ends up costing the company a large amount of money that they would not have had to pay had they merely contracted a licensed painter. Not only this, but also the entire process of being employed is often exploited by some people for personal gain, harming the company’s interests.
- Very well oriented to suiting the company’s needs
Laws do not recognize the licensed painter as an employee so much so as they are businessmen of an independent nature. They offer their services for a limited amount of time and thus, most laws exclude them when considering things like ensuring full pay at the time of departure. Such laws do not make any sense with regard to the short-term nature of a company’s relationship with a licensed painter and so serves the company’s interests.
- Major beneficial differences
When it comes to differences between the licensed painter and the employee, the law recognizes quite a few. The major ones are the ones where licensed painters do not have entitlement to ask for overtime payment should there be extra hours, the ability of the company to terminate their services whenever it wishes to without prior notice and the lack of need for the licensed painter to directly get involved in the affairs of the company.