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Working with Millennials Across the Globe

June, 17, 2015 by Evelyn Kaczmarek author workhoppers

The individuals within the Generation Y, colloquially known as “millennials,” are defined as the cohort born between the years 1980 and 2000. This year, they became the largest generation in the workforce. Because the world they grew up in was drastically different than that of their older counterparts, working millennials are projected to change the… Read the full article

Whats unique about Freelance Canada ?

June, 10, 2015 by Evelyn Kaczmarek author workhoppers

Between its beautiful landscapes, diverse culture, great hockey, and progressive values, Canadians have always known that Canada is a special place to live and work. But not every Canuck knows that the Canadian marketplace is one of the best places in the world to be a self-employed freelancer. Here is why Freelance Canada is the… Read the full article

Talent Acquisition Strategy 3 tips

June, 02, 2015 by Linda Singer author workhoppers

Talent acquisition usually refers to the process of searching for, assessing and then hiring employees and contractors who help accomplish both short term and long term company goals and complete projects as needed. Acquiring top talent is critical for every company and a talent acquisition strategy should be in place to solve the constant challenge of… Read the full article

4 top Recruiting Challenges

May, 26, 2015 by Linda Singer author workhoppers

Being a recruiter is not easy; finding high quality and talented workers for a particular role within a company can be a very detailed, challenging and time consuming process. There are many recruiting challenges to overcome. Talented and loyal workers are increasingly difficult to find; many employees (especially younger workers) no longer want to stick around… Read the full article

Outsourcing as a Business Strategy

April, 30, 2015 by Linda Singer author workhoppers

It may seem hard to believe but, according to Robert Handfield’s “A brief History of Outsourcing”, outsourcing was not formally identified as a business strategy until 1989. Outsourcing is the delegation of a specific project or task to an outside consultant or company and has become a very popular strategy for companies today. Not that… Read the full article

5 tips on How to Freelance with success

April, 21, 2015 by Vera Gavizon author workhoppers

Recent research has shown that 1 in 3 individuals are freelancing. The main question is how to freelance with success? Having a successful freelance career requires dedication and focus, and now-a-days there are more opportunities than ever. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced veteran, you need to always be on the lookout… Read the full article

Lynda.com key tool for freelancers

April, 14, 2015 by Linda Singer author workhoppers

In today’s entrepreneurial market, it is important to keep up with the new technology and to stay up to date with current trends. Freelancing can become very scary when you see the market changing and you can only rely on yourself to improve your skill set to stay competitive. There are many new websites that… Read the full article

5 Tips for Telecommuters

April, 01, 2015 by Josianne Cimon author workhoppers

When it comes to flexible jobs, the popularity of telecommuters  are rising with one in five workers around the world telecommuting frequently with nearly 10% working from home everyday. Employees love the idea of reducing their commuting time, and employers are more and more moving towards open concept office, where employees do not have permanent desks.… Read the full article

Best Freelance Sites

March, 24, 2015 by Linda Singer author workhoppers

So you need to hire a freelancer to get your project done. Good for you because like you would at a typical online store you can now browse for skills and buy services just like you would purchase a book from the Kindle store! You are now surfing the web to find the best freelance… Read the full article

Mompreneurs Who Freelance

March, 18, 2015 by Josianne Cimon author workhoppers

Statistics on freelancing reveal some interesting differences between female entrepreneurs who freelance, sometimes referred to as mompreneurs, and their male counterparts.  A study made by the Freelancers Union show that there are now 53 million Americans who are freelancing, that is about 34% of the entire American workforce. Whether it be independent contractors, moonlighters, diversified… Read the full article

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