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Companies Are 3 Times More Willing to Hire Remote Workers

More enterprises are now prepared not only to employ remote employees, but to recruit them from anywhere. Remote work is becoming the new standard. More than a third  companies  claim they are prepared to employ  100%  of remote employees. They will employe remote workers anywhere in the United States or abroad.   Survey Conducted by The Conference Board in September. More than 330 HR executives at primarily....

Freelancers at Western Europe are the most committed compare with other regions.

Committed¬†Freelancers Get¬†Higher¬†Life Satisfaction¬†and Payment,¬†According to Survey.¬† ¬†¬†   Most freelancer (69%)¬† dedicated¬† their¬†time¬† to¬†their¬† freelancing¬†way of life, while some other do¬†freelance¬† job¬†¬†as¬† supplements¬†beside their main job in the company.¬† ¬†The highest¬†percentage¬† of¬†Freelancer¬† that¬†dedicated¬† their¬†choice¬† of¬†freelancing life is at western Europe with 77% of¬†them¬† working¬† only as freelancer.¬† ¬† While in Central¬†America,¬† 42%¬† of¬†freelancers¬†split their time....

Work from Home (WFH) is the Future Here is Why

Covid-19¬† has¬†opened eyes to many corporations that Working from Home (WFH) is not an impossible thing to apply.¬† Besides¬†that¬†many employees have experienced the benefit of WFH during the lockdown.¬†¬† When it is time for the “new normal” and employees must go back to the office many of them feel reluctant, one of the reasons is....

Gig Economy as Global Trend

Within 10 years, freelancers will account for more than 50 percent of the U.S. working population. What are the implications for consumer cultures and corporate ones?  Shifting demographics, digitalization and the demand for greater job satisfaction could turn the global employment environment into a freelance-driven model in the coming years, bringing benefits and challenges to businesses, the....

How the Gig Economy Reshape Careers for the Next Generation?

The word “gig economy” became popular at the height of the financial crisis of 2008-2009, task-based¬†labour¬†has grown and has become an important factor in the overall economy. The idea of receiving money from short-term activities has long been around.¬† The gig economy is very broad, and includes workers who are full-time independent contractors (for example,....

Remote Momentum: Has COVID-19 Caused a Gig Economy Boom?

For all the uncertainty that Coronavirus has caused worldwide, there’s one thing that we can be sure of: remote work is booming.  The rise of working from home (WFH) is logical considering global lockdowns and the necessity of self-isolation, but it’s still impressive to see how swiftly workers and businesses alike have adapted to continue....

Success in the Gig Economy

Martha,¬†an independent consultant¬† ¬†left¬†a global consulting¬†firm to¬†set out¬†on her own.¬† Now she’s part of a widely defined as gig economy, an emerging section of the labor force. Often by choice, there are about 150 million workers in North America and Western Europe have left the fairly¬†secure corporate¬†life¬†and join¬†the gig economy.¬†¬† Some¬†of this development represents the....

Pandemic’s Impact on Gig Economy

COVID-19 pandemic affected freelancers worldwide as it shuttered businesses and stalled payments, with many gig workers now fulfilling critical roles to keep society moving as consumers retreat inside their homes. Food delivery, for example, and Uber drivers are still able to work among those.  Around The Gig Economy  World  Freelancers in various fields treat COVID-19 differently, with some struggling to....