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by Michael Burdick, on Jul 17, 2018

Not everyone is on the Google bus Today, thousands of companies utilize offsite talent, but if you want to look for an iconic one that also happens to have a …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Michelle Wang, on Jul 9, 2018

Freelancing has its advantages, and it’s especially appealing to corporate employees who feel overworked and underappreciated. When deciding whether to strike out on their own, people tend to focus on …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Michael Burdick, on Jun 27, 2018

An estimated 57.3 million Americans freelanced last year, according a recent study. Yet, the term “freelancer” still has an undeniable stigma. There is a persistent belief that certain roles and responsibilities …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Michael Burdick, on Jun 21, 2018

Temp employees, freelancers, outsourced workers—when taking a first step into the non-traditional workforce, it’s easy for companies to feel overwhelmed. Where do you find top talent? How can employment agencies …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Kristina McMenamin, on Jun 5, 2018

By following talent to where the talent is already going (35 percent of the US workforce is now freelance), you’re likely to get higher quality talent. You can hire the …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Michael Burdick, on May 22, 2018

The gig economy isn’t coming—it’s here, and to prove it you need look no further than the fact that 35 percent of the US workforce is now freelance, and experts …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Michael Burdick, on May 3, 2018

Employees at massive companies often toil away without seeing a financial benefit — and they have no control over when or how they work. With all that considered, it's no …

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Topics:TalentGig economy

by Michael Burdick, on Apr 23, 2018

Income inequality is a major problem in the U.S. The top 10 percent of U.S. workers earn half of all income in the nation. It was the largest wage gap …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Michael Burdick, on Apr 16, 2018

After an acquisition, it's natural to seek out ways to tighten the balance sheet and make operations more efficient. Based on my experience with private equity firms, this involves integrating …

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Topics:Gig economy

by Michael Burdick, on Feb 21, 2018

The gig economy is still maturing, but it has been making waves over the past few years. As more people leave their day jobs to focus on freelance work, the …

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Topics:Gig economy