And let me tell you, theres nothing more frustrating than hiring someone who lets you down. Especially when you're depending upon them from a business perspective.
Anyway, what Ive done here is shared what I call a basic "Work Order Form" which allows you to outline the project specifications and other details including agreement terms etc when outsourcing particular tasks.
Please note that this is a very basic work order form that you can use, and change up as needed. All sections in RED are those of which you may want to change up.
I highly recommend that if you DO outsource, that you start using documents such as this to prevent disputes and or miscommunication.
I dont do ANYTHING unless my employee, has agreed to do as setout in the work order.
Please feel free to grab a copy below.
Hope this helps some of you