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The Rimuut dashboard, where thousands of talents and organizations all around the world actively create transactions every day to work in compatibility and compliance, is now fully renovated. The rebooted dashboard is smarter and faster than ever before, and ready for your use.
For this interview, we welcome Lalit Mangal, CEO and co-founder (along with Manoj Singh and Vinay Kumar Jasti) at Airmeet to explore the concepts of remote work, virtuality and hybridity.
More and more people are quitting their jobs. But who is quitting and why? And how might this unprecedented upheaval change the way we approach our labor rights and the relationships we have with employers?
Freelancers are the backbone of the burgeoning economy. They work hard to add a great deal of value to the cities we live in. FIFA guarantees freelancers the protections they need in New York City. We hope to see laws like this in other cities and regions in the future.
In December 2021, the European Commission disclosed the draft of a new legislation aiming to protect the rights of gig workers all around the EU region.
Take a quick look at how you can go about obtaining one of these freelancer visas. So, without further ado, here are the top 8 countries that offer freelance visas.
The Great Resignation aka. The Big Quit is likely to be the latest popular movement among a vast number of employees, especially in the US, where workers willingly started to resign from their jobs in large numbers amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Spain, which aims to be one of the best countries for digital nomads, recently prepared a legal outline regarding the country’s tax law to appeal to those who wish to relocate there. The new law will grant tax-wise advantages, such as lower amounts of tax, to solo professionals for up to five years.