This is a new era of work! Maybe. Possibly? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The gig economy is here to stay, and for many of us this means more convenience. But as consumers, we need to decide where we stand when it comes to workers' rights.
There is a fundamental contradiction between the constant call for flexibility in the labor market and the fiscal structure to support it, as if this policy trend continues we, in Italy, will be shortly witnessing a further evolution that will generate a new category: the "Vanishing iPros."
Just as observant Jews created a domain that made sabbath work for them, freelancers are creating a domain within the current economy that's all their own.
Social entrepreneurs are holistic thinkers who want to dissolve the walls that have traditionally separated government, business and the nonprofit sector. They believe an integrated approach -- which is core to social entrepreneurial methodology -- has the best chance of success.
Freelancers have long been the envy of cubicle-trapped office workers. From the flexible hours to escaping mundane office
Does all of this work to create change, or support organizations and people that do this work, really make a dent in the problems we collectively face? Hearts on Fire helps to address this question.
When full-time jobs go away, so does the safety net that helps so many Americans survive dire economic times. The lack of
What makes state legislators -- along with hapless mayoral candidate Bill Thompson -- think we're the perfect source of revenue to close the MTA budget gap?
While completing a master's program at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, Horowitz decided that the Transient Workers