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December 19, 2019

Your business is built on a few key cornerstones. Professionalism, reputation, ethical practices, and quality goods and services—just to name a few. It is important that you uphold and maintain those cornerstones regardless of circumstance. When you hire an employee, you do your homework to ensure they are the right fit for the job.

You look over their resume, assess their skills, consider their experience, and interview them to make sure they’re the type of individual who will do your company justice. When you find the right employee, the benefits are immense and pay off in a long-term, mutually beneficial
working relationship.

The same can hold true when partnering with an independent service provider (ISP). Once you have done your homework and are sure a particular ISP is the right fit for your business, the advantages can be many. Here are our top five benefits of partnering with the right ISP.

1. EXPERTISE

When a technical job arises for which your employees are not explicitly trained, what do you do? You scour the market for someone who specializes in that particular area of work. This need for expertise is one of the key benefits of partnering with the right ISP.

ISPs fill a niche in the professional world, typically offering highly specialized and job-specific work on a contract-to-contract basis. This expertise allows them to perform the jobs that you and your employees may not be properly equipped for from a training and equipment standpoint.

2. RETURN ON INVESTMENT

This particular benefit feeds off of the previous one. Because most ISPs specialize in providing niche service, it allows you the opportunity to save money while maximizing the effectiveness of your dollar. The first and most obvious example of this is the way in which ISPs work. If you have a technical and unusual need arise, it is far easier to partner with someone who makes a living performing the service you need than to train an employee to do it.

The time, money, and other resources that would go into preparing an employee to perform a seldom-needed and highly technical task would be better spent partnering with a specialist. Further, it makes more sense to hire someone as needs arise than to have such a skilled employee maintain their training for rare occurrences. If you make an investment but very rarely see a return, the investment is likely not paying off.

3. FLEXIBILITY

When choosing an ISP, you have the opportunity to research, interview, and even utilize a trial period. This flexibility can be extremely beneficial in not only partnering with a qualified and professional ISP, but in finding the one that fits your business best.

This flexibility extends the working relationship you share with your selected ISP. If their work lives up to expectations, it is easy to continue utilizing their services. The opposite is also true. Should the partnership falter for any reason, it is a relatively simple issue to fix—reopen your search for the right ISP.

4. RESPONSIBILITIES

The responsibilities associated with running a business are many and immense. You must ensure your permits and licenses are proper and up-todate, manage payroll, oversee scheduling, and account for employee benefits. Many of these responsibilities fade—at least to an extent—when partnering with an ISP.

For example, an ISP manages its own employee benefits and is responsible for its own permits and licenses. All you have to do is ensure that their policies and qualifications are acceptable to both your business standards and governmental regulations. This can lead to a reduction in stress and increase the amount of time you have available to allocate elsewhere. It also can save you money in the long run despite the expense of hiring a specialized ISP.

5. QUALITY

Employees are typically proud to put forth good work and perform their jobs with a certain degree of fervor. ISPs, however, must provide topnotch services each and every time they do a job. Why? Because, for the most part, ISPs rely on the quality of their work to make a living.

Reputation, professionalism, and high-quality work are vital to ISPs because they are not salaried. They must secure the next contract in order to provide for themselves, their employees, and their families. Therefore, they are often more motivated to excel in their particular field.

CUSTOMIZED WIND & SOLAR SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS

In the age of internet reviews and easy access to information showing both the good and bad about most every business in existence, this reliance on positive feedback is even more pertinent. By partnering with an ISP that has a strong reputation for professionalism and no-compromises quality, you are almost assuring without a doubt that you are going to receive work that exceeds your expectations.

World Wind and Solar staffing capabilities, covering all project life cycle phases including construction, commissioning, and inservice tasks, allow us to be your one-stop-shop ready and able to address a comprehensive array of challenges.

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