Freelancing is beneficial for both Employers as well as the Freelancer.
For employer: Freelancing allows them to hire someone with a special ability to complete a short-term project neglecting the expense and effort of adding a full-time employee. There can be another scenario, like the possibility of adding people to handle an additional project or a seasonal workload.
For Freelancer: Most often, it’s about the freedom to be your own boss and have more confidence in the kind of work you do. In most of the professions, it can also be much more lucrative. In addition, some people simply do not thrive in a business environment. Independent professionals can generally avoid most of the office policies and social complications associated with 9 to 5 office work.