It’s that time of the year again - you’re back on the job market and are ready to begin your search for new opportunities. You’ve scoped out possibilities through your own personal networks and have scrolled through numerous job boards looking for front-end developer jobs. The phone rings and when you answer, you hear the voice of a recruitment...
Freelancers get sick too - it’s inevitable. But how do you prepare to deal with being sick? Read on to learn about a few ways you can deal with falling sick as a freelancer and you learn about whether freelancers qualify for sick pay.
NDAs are a standard practice when working on sensitive projects with clients who necessitate discretion. As a freelancer, there is a high possibility of having to work under the constraints of an NDA, so make sure you’re aware of the basics before signing it!
Freelancing is about freedom – the ability to choose for yourself with whom, on what, and even when you would like to work. This means to turn down projects and reject clients. But that's not an easy task!
68% of freelancers agree that project acquisition is the biggest challenge freelancers face (Freelancer survey 2019). What if we told you there is a more sustainable way of getting freelance clients? By being able to harness and leverage your presence on Facebook and LinkedIn, you can create a personal brand as a freelancer that continuously...
Can I quit a freelance job? If you want to terminate your contract as a freelancer and fire your client, you’d need to consider a few things. How much notice should you give? Is it actually possible to terminate a contract from your end?
Client testimonials are used by all big players online. It has never before been so easy to go online and check reviews for a movie, store, product or service. As it happens, testimonials and reviews can work wonders for freelancers as well!
Outsourcing is something a lot of big companies do today. It can help businesses grow in many ways: finding experts that they don’t have readily available in-house, saving time and money and helping get new points of view and fresh ideas from outside.
Working with contracts is essential for running a reliable, functioning and secure freelancing business. Contracts serve as a safety net for both you and your client. But, what should this contract include and is it necessary to sign one?
Asking for an increase in pay can be uncomfortable for most, if not a risky call. But sometimes, it’s also necessary if you want to grow and define yourself as a successful freelancer. It is important not to undersell yourself and your services. Each year you gain more experience and strive to do a better job – so why shouldn’t this reflect on...