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You might have heard of 1099 forms, but what exactly are they? Who needs to fill them out, how do you file them, and what are the deadlines and penalties? For more check out the full blog. (Please note: this information is only relevant for those based in the United States).
With COVID-19 bringing about a permanent shift into not only the way businesses do work but the way people live, we can safely say the future world will be a very different place. Here are 11 interesting, but highly probable, predictions for the Future of Work from team TalentDesk.io.
Check out this blog for our most common freelancer FAQs and how to get started on the platform. We will be covering, as a freelancer, how to set up your account on TalentDesk.io, work on projects, raise your worksheets and expenses, payments, support and more.
What are contingent workforce solutions and why do you need one? What are the key features and benefits and how can these platforms enable success? And how can you effectively implement one?
260+ business leaders have responded to our Future of Work Survey 2020, providing us with valuable insights into future workforce trends and in-demand systems for remote work. Find out what these are as we prepare for a tumultuous shift in the world of work, and its domino effect on life as we know it.
Do you manage a remote team? If yes, these productivity tools can help you communicate and collaborate better with your team.
Which tools have businesses been using to collaborate with their teams while remote? We list our personal favourites and more. From Communication Tools, to Virtual Freelancer Platforms and Organisation Tools, we've got you covered. And we'd love to hear what you've been using, too.
What is a distributed team? What is the difference between a distributed and a remote team? What are the benefits, and which successful companies have already adopted this model? These are all questions we'll be covering in this blog - read on for more!
So first came the Herman Miller designed cubicle office, followed by its younger and much cooler co-working sibling, and then came the remote working revolution, accelerated by a worldwide pandemic. Could the next step be an entirely digitised set-up where people can work from anywhere they choose?