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Truelancer...Good or No Good?

Not sure if anyone has experience with this but Truelancer is a site that matches freelancers with people needing their services. I have been getting a ton of emails lately so I am considering giving it a shot. 51 more words

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Cynthia

The problem with Pakistani society

I was scrolling my twitter timeline when I saw a young Pakistani (to be politician), daughter of a politician arguing (as usual) with this free-lance foreigner director/writer. 621 more words

This Workforce Management Software Solution is a Total Game Changer

Workforce management software allows a business to drill down into business performance metrics and discover areas where improvements can be made, such as adjusting the staff schedules and/or tasks needed to manage the busiest part of the day effectively, or accurately determine how long it takes to manufacture a particular product. 490 more words

Employee Time Tracking

Where's Your Hustle?

I meet with some writing friends about once a week at a local coffee shop. The funny thing is, we rarely do any writing. However, the conversation is typically so good, I often think we should set up a microphone and start our own podcast. 557 more words

Life And Happiness

6 Common Scams Freelancers Encounter in the Online World

6 Common Scams Freelancers Encounter in the Online World

 

Working online is both risk and reward. Though it gives you a benefit of working from your home, there are pitfalls that you should avoid. 846 more words

Freelancing

Freelancing at the Last Quarter of the Year

It is the first month of the last quarter of the year, how are things going as a freelancer? This is the season when we will be hearing full-time employees getting their 13th-month pay (plus other corporate incentives) and seeing ATM machines in full line again. 344 more words

Quick Chats

Freelancers: Beware The "Rights Grab."

Freelancers: Beware the “rights grab:” Jack Davies warns freelancers to guard against rights grabs, “shorthand for a move by publications of all stripes to demand full moral and intellectual rights to freelance reporters’ work.” Remove that from contracts.

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