During cold and flu season, you know what you need to do to remain healthy. And you probably know what to do to once you realize you’ve got all the telltale symptoms of coming down with a bug. But how do you know if your independent consulting or freelancing business is healthy? Do you know what “symptoms” to watch out for? Take the IC Health Checkup Quiz to get a quick read on the health of your independence:
GREENVILLE, SC, USA, March 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- IC Precheck announces systems integration and business collaboration with Genesys Talent, and in so doing has enhanced the ecosystem that supports the contingent labor industry. Combining talent cloud strategies with this new Independent Contractor certification, training, and due diligence standard brings unprecedented efficiency and security to the engagement of freelancers and independents.
Are you considering a new path as an independent or freelancer and not sure where to start? If so, 2018 is a great year to explore a different career path... maybe even go out on your own. Going independent is an option that more and more Millennials and Baby Boomers alike are taking. The freelancer fork in the road is certainly an attractive one, but it is also requires a new way of thinking about how you engage with the companies that pay you. This blog gives practical advice on how to get started.
Know the Rules for IC Compliance
You decided to leave the rat race and start your own consulting business. You hustled and you’ve already got several clients. Congratulations! Now, think about the games you play and are really good at, that you often win. Your awesomeness at that game is probably closely correlated to how well you know all the rules, right? Winning at the Independent Contractor “game” is no different. Knowing the rules can be the difference between winning again! or going down in the proverbial flames…
Don't Be Left Holding the Bag
I was recently looking around my house and noticed that we have bags for everything: brown paper grocery bags, plastic grocery bags, lunch bags, garbage bags, bread bags, trash bags, wine tote bags, boat tote-bags, book bags, laundry bags, tea bags, and regular bags (aka purses). We’re drowning in a sea of bags....