Category Archives: Gig Economy

My Secrets to Getting More Writing Projects Completed (Without Sacrificing Quality or Working Weekends)

Jessica Mehring May 3, 2021 As a technology copywriter and strategic consultant, I’m often asked how I manage multiple big clients with such a small team — especially since I personally manage each client relationship and do most of the writing. The answer isn’t as complex as you might think. And it doesn’t involve 80-hour … Continue reading My Secrets to Getting More Writing Projects Completed (Without Sacrificing Quality or Working Weekends)

Gearing Up for an Expanding Gig Economy [Infographic]

Dave Sutton September 2, 2020 The gig economy has transformed the business landscape significantly. Employers have access to a global pool of talent. Businesses benefit through lower costs and increased productivity. Freelancers benefit through a better work-life balance, improved work environment, and access to better employment opportunities. It’s the win-win nature of the gig economy … Continue reading Gearing Up for an Expanding Gig Economy [Infographic]

The History and Future of the Gig Economy [Infographic]

Brian Wallace — November 19, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing The gig economy is at its peak with no plans of slowing down. By 2021, gig workers – freelance, independent, and contract workers – will outnumber traditional employees. Contrary to popular belief, gig work has been available for over 100 years, although today’s gig economy has taken … Continue reading The History and Future of the Gig Economy [Infographic]