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Pacific Workers Comp Aug 6
companies take to the governor's office to lobby against ruling
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Paul Aug 7
So another app based company coming to adding to congestion!! Ola to challenge in UK ride-hailing market - News
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Charlie Croker 5h
Excellent blog post from exposing how these companies operate and the struggle for basic employment rights and protections. First it was Uber, now it's a London Black Cab driver fighting for basic protections.
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GigKloud, Inc. Aug 8
We are pleased to announce that we have just signed a deal with KAI Software to develop the GigKloud Website and Mobile App!!
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Scarlet Alliance Aug 4
THREAD: many of the issues being faced by workers in this (so-called "new" or "emerging") "" are issues that have been collectively organising around & talking about for decades (while finding ways to negotiate/resist/protest/collectively bargain & survive)
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Alex Wood Aug 8
Our new article 'Good Gig, Bad Big: Autonomy and Algorithmic Control in the Global Gig Economy' (with and Isis Hjorth) on working conditions in the and how they are shaped by algorithmic control
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🇺🇸 Raymond Gao 📈 Aug 12
is the answer for s to have a sustainable career. Last year, some 8B was generated for tkts in US, with 's leading at 176M. More s and s should join in the to have guys having a cut!
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Upwork Aug 7
Replying to @PaulFEstes
For , the is a mindset. It can be used to do everything from hire content writers and podcast producers to discover family-friendly weekend activities and get an immediate health diagnosis.
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London Traffic Watch 5h
Wasn’t one of their drivers going round a motorway roundabout the wrong way ?? Eats cyclist pictured pedalling on M5 in Oldbury
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Don Wettrick 4h
The economy & future of work is going . Are we preparing our students for this fast approaching future? #
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Tara Siler Aug 6
Independent contractor v employee: Gig companies are pushing top Democrats to overturn a CASupCt ruling that they say could destroy their businesses. calls the ruling a "flashpoint for the national fight over who's the boss"- Listen: 5:30 pm
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deidre clark Aug 7
I need a copywriter who speaks the language of creative high school students!
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Dan Henniker Aug 13
There are 4.8 million self-employed workers in the UK and the number is only growing. Want to learn about how your practice can grow with the gig economy using QuickBooks? Register for our webinar here:
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Christine Eastman Aug 11
Just set up my sixth account: two I need to check constantly, two I need to check sporadically and the last two I am worried about ignoring. This is what casual employment and the looks like in 2018. you've won.
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Shiftgig 1m
With 47% of people wanting to work at local businesses, our Profile of a Gig Worker report highlights an opportunity for businesses to tap into this motivated workforce. Download the full report today.
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Ad Maker Lab Aug 9
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Bezostown 19h
Jobs for everyone! Thousands and thousands of low wage non union part time gig economy jobs!
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GigSmart Aug 13
Service hours, anyone? GigSmart allows you to volunteer on demand for charities you care about.
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UPHD Aug 13
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David O Reilly Aug 9
Great presentation from Titi and Moyin on the Future of the Gig Economy and what it means for accountants
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