Re: taking on a subcontractor
Should I inform the company I'm doing the
work for that there is another technical
writer (my subcontractor) involved in
the project now?
Yes, you must do that. Wouldn't *you* want to know in a similar
Sounds like sensible advice... On the other hand, when was the last time any company you are contracted for services with (the bank, phone company, ISP, etc..) called you and said: "Hey, we hired some new staff last week..." or "Just wanted you to know we are outsourcing some of our work now..."
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