During the pandemic, in the absence of physical office culture, Black employees and freelancers reported having more positive work experiences. It was also observed that Black employees were less willing to return to their offices.
While it is common for solo workers to have financial stress, it is also important to know that there are ways to deal with financial anxiety and to cope with the uncertainty that comes along with solo work.
For those of us who are and/or strive to be good LGBTQ+ allies, Pride Month is a good opportunity to think deeper about LGBTQ+ equality as well as diversity and inclusion in the workplace. If you wonder how you can be an LGBTQ+ ally at work, this article offers you some good tips!
Being a solo talent, it is beneficial to know how to use LinkedIn to get freelance clients. As a platform, LinkedIn can be more than an outlet where you upload your resume and share it with other solopreneurs and entrepreneurs.
Think of your pitch as your personal advertising campaign where you not only present your ideas, but also your abilities and dedication to your clients’ expectations and needs. 90% of pitching is about how to present ideas and convince potential clients to commit to the project you proposed.
More often than not freelancers face all sorts of issues related to invoices: late payments, accounting mistakes, disagreements concerning the pricing and methods of payment–you name it.
Although it is hard to believe that location-free options for working and sustaining a remote work culture became relevant so fast, it is easy to foresee that in the upcoming years remote work is likely to gain popularity in various sectors.
In the post-pandemic reality, numerous companies and corporations began to shift their mode of work to hybrid work models of varying degrees. Recently, even large tech companies such as Microsoft and Facebook began to hire professionals to work in the remote-hybrid model.