Tag: gig economy

New Work: How to Take the Leap into the Future of Work

You may have already heard about new work, new pay, and the future of work. You are wondering what hides behind those concepts. Unless you have already transitioned into new work and accumulated some experience, the concept sounds vague. However, with a little bit of introduction into the idea, the concept will become less of

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How to Deal with Uncertainty in the Gig Economy

The gig economy model gives space to workers to trade job skills on a free market in short time commitments outside conventional employee contracts and schemes. The most common comparison used to distinguish gig economy workers from traditional employees is that of an aspiring musician or band. That band is always on the lookout for

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Common Myths About Freelancers and How to Dispel Them

Have you ever been ghosted by a freelancer? No emails, no work, no feedback. Nothing at all from a person who was at your full disposal just moments ago, and is now nowhere to be found. Your devoted project partner just turned into a ghost! The project is at a halt, the budget keeps draining down the hole, and you need to solve the problem – fast! This is just an example of the many freelance horror stories that raise unnecessary fears in clients. You must have had your own share of poor experiences with bad freelancers – those that come with a creepy feeling that your project is destined for a fail and doomsday is just around the corner. In that brief moment, you think that hell is on Earth! How come you didn’t notice those freelancer red flags on time?

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