Remote work & outsourcing
As the foreign markets become more available, we all notice a growing demand for translating content, such as blog articles, documents, reports, websites, as well as related content-based services, namely editing and proofreading texts.
Formalities are often the very last thing novice freelancers think about. They believe that their skills and enthusiasm are just enough to be successful. However, they quickly face reality when they start looking for jobs and see clients require an invoice, a receipt, or any other bill. Why do they always ask about it?
Did you know that Google employs 54% more contractors than full-time employees? Read our article to see how freelancing without your own business works.
More and more companies are choosing to hire freelancers to relieve their full-time employees, to speed up projects or delegate a task to an industry specialist. Read our blog post and discover five things you need to know before you decide to hire and pay a foreign freelancer.
Web design is one of the fastest-growing sectors within the creative industry. No wonder, as it helps you build a strong online presence and facilitates the development of your business.
Has it ever crossed your mind to take a business shortcut, skip the paperwork, get past the mundane legal stuff? Illegal labour may seem like a good idea only to uninformed people who do not realise how many risks it entails.
We show the ways for the company to work with freelancers and tips about how to have smooth cooperation. We explain in detail the regulations for freelancers and self-employed. We write about the types of contracts between contractor and company and how to use them to work with freelance contractors. We also share the benefits of remote work for businesses and freelancers