The Gig Economy

It’s no secret that the modern workforce is changing. In an era where more value is being placed on workplace autonomy, flexibility and freedom, the gig economy is becoming the new normal. So much so, that 36% workers work in the gig economy (in some form or another). As a product of technology, the gig economy has helped create a buyer’s market for both job seekers and companies that utilize the services of independent workers. 

To clarify, the gig economy is not just jobs created through on-demand platforms like Uber, Amazon Flex and Postmates — although it includes those too. In fact, the gig economy ecompasses any kind of independent work like freelance writers, designers and other self-employed contractors. 

To help people businesses and independent workers better utilize the gig economy, startup insurancecompany, Embroker, put together this comprehensive guide that covers all facets.

If you are a freelancer/independent worker that’s just getting started, they highlight important best practices like deciding what services you’ll offer, finding your target market, and more. If you’re a business, this guide can help you evaluate your team and learn how to incorporate freelancers and on-demand workers.

To learn more about these best practices and ways to implement them in your businesses, check out their full guide to the gig economy

About Allwork Inc.

We help companies shift from a traditional staffing model to a more efficient on-demand workforce management model. We provide the technology to companies enabling them to best manage and leverage their flexible workforce to reduce costs and increase sales by ensuring their talent is in the right locations at the right times.

For more information, or to see a full demo of the AllWork platform contact us at info@allworknow.com

The Gig Economy: Freelancer Best Practices

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