Whenever possible, we wrap up the conversations from our community in to useful articles and guides. Here are some of our thoughts.
IR35 is causing stress and anxiety for many self-employed and freelancers in the UK - here are some of our thoughts on how to better manage those concerns. Read.
A feeling of self-doubt of your skills regardless of evidence to the contrary, affects 70% of people, including the many of the self-employed. What is it and what can you do about it? Read.
You might not have a desk, but today could be a great day to think about some small business housecleaning techniques which may help manage your stress levels as a member of the modern workforce. Read.
We're offering our support to the newest members of the independent working community. Read.
As more people move to freelancing - what will we see happening in 2020, and what do businesses need to do to lean into the modern workforce? Read.
Many businesses are not actively considering how to work with freelancers in the most effective and supportive way, with freelancers often being ‘bolted on’ to teams and expected to get hit the ground running. Why does this matter? Read.
Identify those in your network who might be your cheerleaders - those who can give you some objective positive praise, and shout about you to others Read.
In modern work, the lines of responsibility and support are blurred — but there’s benefit in organisations taking increased responsibility, rather than less. Read.
Designing how you want to work requires thinking about the foundations for being able to work, and doing good work. Not just finding the work. Read.
Ten important questions to ask before you make the leap to self employment. We don’t always have the answers, but sharing and talking helps, and just because you work alone, doesn’t mean you are alone. Read.