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Freelance Isn’t Free Act

Freelance is No Longer Free: New York Says Freelancers Must be Paid

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June 16, 2017

Getting paid as a freelancer has historically been a challenge for many. On the DCR blog, we have asked if gigs are the new jobs, and if so what are the regulatory protections that workers in this new environment will need? We have an answer, with New York’s “Freelance Isn’t Free Act” taking effect on  Click for full story…

How to be More Proactive at Work

It’s all in the Attitude: How to be More Proactive at Work

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February 23, 2017

I’m not proud to admit this, but some days nothing seems to be working as it should, and my attitude becomes terrible. And I know what you’re about to say: “What’s the correlation between a bad attitude and being proactive?” As odd as it may seem, our attitude is a major factor in how we  Click for full story…

Gig Economy Policy Questions for Our New Administration

Gig Economy Policy Questions for Our New Administration

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January 20, 2017

With the changes at the helm of the country, those of us who are heavily invested in the workings of the contingent workforce industry are understandably keen to estimate what policy changes can be expected from the new administration which has promised to produce many jobs. We’re bursting with a number of questions, and would  Click for full story…

Innovation is the Name of the Game as it Relates to the Contingent Workforce

Innovation is the Name of the Game as it Relates to the Contingent Workforce

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January 9, 2017

The contingent workforce model has come a long way from days when they were looked upon as substitute workers when permanent workers go on leave or quit before a replacement could be hired. Innovation is the name of the game as organizations today explore new and innovative ways to leverage contingent workers to meet their  Click for full story…