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Contract incomplete

cstotzka
Active Member
Claudia S Member Since: Sep 16, 2015
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If someone could offer some advice please. 

 

Contractor accepted a project 2 years ago that would take 2-3 month. 

 

Every month progress slows down. Most recent week in which work was completed the total time was less than an hour and then the last 3 weeks ZERO work. 

 

Contactor is still in contact, but does no work on the project. Explanation is an increase in non-work commitments.

 

Any advice appretiated. 

 

Thank you

 

prestonhunter
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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
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This is your project. So it is YOUR timetable.

 

The reason it has taken this long is because you allowed it to take this long.

 

Had it been me, I would have hired about six different freelancers, and only continued working with the two best ones. If a freelancer got behind schedule, I would assign tasks to the others on the team. Or added new freelancers to the team as necessary to stay on schedule.

cstotzka
Active Member
Claudia S Member Since: Sep 16, 2015
3 of 3

Thank you. 

 

That is good advice. 

 

Claudia

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