Floris ten Nijenhuis
Growth @ TalentDesk.io
Floris is part of the Growth team at TalentDesk.io. When he is not in the office he is either cooking, playing basketball or listening to Latino music.
You know you need a Freelancer Management System (FMS) to manage your fluid team – but how do you get buy-in from the rest of the business?
Get yourself acquainted or re-acquainted with IR35 to make sure you either stay outside of it, or know you’re within the rules so that your income is taxed correctly.
Do you manage a remote team? If yes, these productivity tools can help you communicate and collaborate better with your team.
If you’re dealing with freelancers based in the EU, you need to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Here's an overview of the law and how it relates to Freelancer data.
The off-payroll rules (aka IR35) came into effect for the public sector in April 2017. Ever since that date, it’s been down to the client to determine whether their contractors or freelancers are working within the rules.
From startup to large companies, freelancers are helping to kickstart projects, fill in skills gaps and assist in company growth.
Traditional HR departments are used to dealing with employees. The whole structure, strategy, processes and procedures are set up for this.
With the trend towards remote working – even for full-time employees – businesses are being forced to think differently about their working practices. This requires a change in attitude but it’s one worth adopting, given that happier staff lead to a happy work environment.
With the green light given from the business for a Freelancer Management System (FMS), you’ll want to prepare for the implementation and adoption phase.