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Why This Entrepreneur Thinks Uber Drivers Should Be His Employees
ShiftPixy founder Scott Absher is certain a reckoning is coming for gig-economy platforms that hire contractors to pinch pennies.
Declaration of Independents: Thinking Beyond the Gig Economy
It might be time to stop calling it the 'gig economy.'
5 Ways Everyone Can Achieve More by Thinking Like an Entrepreneur
Being accountable and motivated is a good way to accomplish anything, including launching a business.
5 Ways to Effectively Engage the Gig Economy Professionals?
These professionals have specific skills and they can work at worksite or online as per the project requirements
Both Workplaces and Gig Economy Companies Are Killing People, This Stanford Professor Warns
'Dying for a Paycheck' author Jeffrey Pfeffer dispels the myths of gig work as a reprieve from the 9-to-5.
Policies That Help Gig Workers Improve Their Skills Will Help Small Businesses Grow
Business growth is slowed by the shortage of skilled workers, even as millions of workers are underemployed and looking for more opportunity.
The Future Is Freelance: How to Optimize Independent Worker Output
By treating freelancers like human beings, companies can ensure they'll never be at a loss for top talent, even on the most challenging projects.
Tomorrow's Gig Economy Marketplaces Are Smarter, Larger and More Global
Here are three trends that will rock the future of the gig economy.
Don't Confuse Driving for Uber With the Freelancer Economy Powering America's Entrepreneurial Boom
The travails of workers employed by ride-hailing and delivery platforms are real but often mask the success of freelance workers in the knowledge economy.
Think the Gig Economy is of Interest Only to Small Tech Outfits? Big Companies Are Diving in, Too.
Three ways workplace rules must adapt to match the 21st century's evolving economic opportunities