5 Lessons in When to Walk Away From a Prospective Assignment

June 1, 2016

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Sooner or later, you have that moment of truth: The assignment just isn’t a good fit. But it’s too late. You’ve agreed to do the work, you’ve signed the contract, the wheels are in motion.

Other than going out of business, this may be one of an independent’s worst nightmares. We know that the best time to disengage is before it goes too far, but how do we know when to walk away? Here are five scenarios:

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