Jeff Leventhal writes on The Staffing Stream, a blog hosted by Staffing Industry Analysts, about how The Rising Freelance Economy Will Change Talent Acquisition Strategies. The post covers how freelancers are fitting into business organizations and how independent contractors will shape the enterprise the freelancer management workstream to come.
Industry Analyst and Field Services Expert, David Pollack just produced an article on how Work Market helps companies staff field technicians. David Pollack frames Work Market as the leading solution for onsite freelance management and outlines the framework of our software. Click here to read the entire article.
Work Market founder Jeff Wald recently discussed his beliefs on what it takes to create a successful technology company from the start–check out the full article on Forbes here. In the article, Jeff states that every successful startup goes through three phases. In order to make it through successfully, Jeff argues, an entrepreneur needs mental tenacity, determination and […]
Work Market published a press release to announce the publication of their latest white paper, A Snapshot of the Onsite Freelance & Contractor Workforce. The white paper provides detailed insight into the inner workings of this on-demand workforce and shows how companies can build and leverage their own onsite freelance workforce as part of a […]
One may ask, “If I become an independent contractor, does that mean I have to start a company?” The answer is — it depends on the purpose of your company. Personally, I started my company to generate new business as a consulting company, in addition to being an independent contractor. I also wanted to pay […]
When a company needs to source—and then manage—vendors, contractors, and freelance talent, what’s the best, most effective way of doing so? Traditionally, companies have relied on contractor databases or have utilized service and staffing providers to find/manage talent. With the emergence of freelance marketplaces, a new—and exponentially more effective—method of managing third parties is now […]
Today’s workforce consists of full-time and part-time workers, contingent workers and freelancers. The evolution in freelance is happening because of two trends. In the late 90s, the Internet fostered connections, effectively beginning to solve the problem of finding freelance contractors. The accelerator to this was Web 2.0 and its social networks. The introduction of social […]
You already use your contact manager to upload your client info and onsite contacts. This makes it easy to drop them onto assignments and generate reports on the data to track work done for a specific client or at a specific location. But your new contact manager does much more! It’s now your company’s visual guide […]
Working from a freelance labor platform yields countless benefits — whether it’s the support you have in managing work in new locations to the training and experience you receive, the best part of working on labor platforms is about building both yourself and relationships. 1. Freelancer Support, Familiarity, & Recognition While I’m my own boss […]
You hear it often: “You only have one chance to make a good first impression.” It’s no different when working as a freelancer. Each new assignment is your chance to stand out from the pack—and making sure you’ve dotted all the i’s and crossed all the t’s will keep you on the path to be […]