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Freelance Photography: 6 Tips for Success

April, 14, 2017 by Guest Contributor author workhoppers

Freelance photography seems to dominate the freelance world today—and with good reason. With the rise of social media and technology, photography has become a more accessible art form. Artists are more satisfied with their jobs than non-artist professionals and freelance photographers are no exception to this. With the freedom to chart their own paths and… Read the full article

Guest blogging on Workhoppers

April, 09, 2017 by Workhoppers' Team author workhoppers

Interested in guest blogging for Workhoppers? If you are passionate about writing on topics related to flexible work and interested in guest blogging, we’d love to hear from you! Share your expertise with a large audience of freelancers, flexible workers, recruiters and business owners. The Essentials: Successful blog posts must be interesting, unique, and teach… Read the full article

Business writing, for Best Results Hire a Freelancer

March, 22, 2017 by Guest Contributor author workhoppers

It is true that marketing and advertising are the secrets to promoting your business, especially on the digital front. Most small and medium-sized businesses are trying as much as they can to publicize their business to the highest number of people and are spending time and resources on business writing. On this regard, most businesses… Read the full article

Freelance Work From Home On A Snow day

March, 15, 2017 by Vera Gavizon author workhoppers

It is during a snow storm that you really appreciate the benefits of freelancing, the one which is a true highlight today is the ability to do freelance work from home. If you have chosen to become a freelancer or an entrepreneur you know exactly what I mean. It is under this beautiful day of… Read the full article

A Creative Designer. Never knowingly off duty.

January, 31, 2017 by Guest Contributor author workhoppers

Meet Wendy: A freelance creative designer in Canada. FREELANCING: What attracts me most is the word FREE. To me it means freedom:  freedom of thought, freedom of actions, free hours in the day when needed, free to express, free to bitch, free to be the best for my clients. It does not mean I work for… Read the full article

Entretien avec Tanya Beaumont, CKRL : “Les aînés et le travail”

January, 11, 2017 by Vera Gavizon author workhoppers

Dans l’émission de radio CKRL, sur “Les Ainés et le droit”,  Tanya Beaumont discute le sujet de travail après la retraite avec Workhoppers. Voici un extrait de l’entretien sur CKRL avec Vera Gavizon, co-fondatrice de Workhoppers. Tanya Beaumont : Les travailleurs âgés sont une véritable richesse et possède des qualités que l’on ne retrouve pas chez… Read the full article

A career path with curves

December, 14, 2016 by Guest Contributor author workhoppers

Do What You Love, Not What You Think You Should. Your career path does not need to be a straight line.  “Eight of the ten things you have decided about yourself at the age of twenty will, over time, prove to be false. The other two things will prove to be so true that you’ll… Read the full article

Hire Freelancers: A Beginners Guide

December, 08, 2016 by Guest Contributor author workhoppers

As a new business owner there are many things to worry about. Hiring permanent employees to help grow your business is on the top of that list. You don’t want to hire the wrong person for your business. But what about when you need to hire a graphic designer or a photographer for a special… Read the full article

How To Write Job Descriptions That Attract Great Candidates

November, 30, 2016 by Guest Contributor author workhoppers

Whether for a full, part-time or contract position job descriptions are like the nightclubs of the hiring world. Each one wants the best and most people to come inside. But without the right message, the perfect candidate may “walk” right by your job description, or worse, be encouraged to leave. So how do you start… Read the full article