More Posts on Gig Workers
Starting Your Business: The Tools, Resources and Mindset You Need to Succeed
Never underestimate how much money you need to start, how long it will before you turn a profit or how hard you will have to work.
Upwork to Charge Freelancers to Bid on Jobs, Further Squeezing Those Who Rely on the 'Gig Economy'
Freelancers will soon have to pay as much as $0.90 for each job they apply for on Upwork, which could impact users who are new to the platform or struggling to make ends meet.
Capitalize on the Rise of the Contingent Workforce to Push Strategic Projects Over the Finish Line
Just be sure to treat those gig workers right because, with employment at a historic high, it's not uncommon for recruiters to poach workers from competitors.
Independent Workers Are Essential and Deserve a Fair Deal
Google's 'two-tier' workforce reveals a dependence on contract and temporary help and highlights the need to change how companies engage with independent workers
'Don't Try to Herd Cats' -- and 4 Other Leadership Tips for the Gig Economy
Considering that 1 in 3 workers today are freelancers, you're probably managing one or more of them now or will be soon.
How Stylists, Dog Walkers and More Are Making Six Figures -- and What You Can Learn From Them
With the right tools and mindset, any solopreneur can earn a six-figure salary.
The Gig Economy Is Growing -- But Where Is It Headed?
A contributor argues that Uber drivers and Grubhub delivery personnel deserve the same wage guarantees and other benefits as full-time employees
The Surprising Reality Is Freelancers Are Happy and Prospering
The gig economy proves that independent contract work is much more than something to do between jobs. It can be a full-time career.
The Secret to Retaining Productive Remote Workers Is Remembering They Are People
Employers must embrace remote workers by understanding their needs.
Israeli Firms Are Putting New U.S. Small Businesses on The Map
Solopreneurs need all the help they can get. These three companies deliver small-businesses with the services they need to do their best.
Today's Gig Economy Treats Workers as Expendable Cogs in the Machine, but That's About to Change
The next generation of freelancers will have careers, not just gigs.