Freelancer als Phänomen der modernen Arbeitswelt (in German)

Prof. Dr. Stephan Kaiser, Universität der Bundeswehr München; Stephan Menge, Senior Sales Manager, KellyOCG
In der modernen Arbeitswelt – und insbesondere im Bereich IT - spielen Freelancer eine immer größere Rolle. Auch wenn große Konzerne Freelancer häufig nicht mehr direkt beauftragen, so werden sie doch über die Kooperation mit Dienstleistern zu einem wesentlichen Teil der interaktiven Wertschöpfung. Kurzum: Freelancer werden immer mehr zu zentralen Lieferanten externen Wissens und flexibilisieren damit die unternehmerischen Kapazitäten. Prof. Dr. Stephan Kaiser, Leiter des FlinK-Projektes an der Universität der Bundeswehr München, und Stephan Menge, Senior Sales Manager bei access KellyOCG verraten, was Sie bei der Zusammenarbeit mit Freiberuflern beachten müssen.
Jan 18 2011
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Freelancer als Phänomen der modernen Arbeitswelt (in German)
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