Unless you already have contacts, finding your first client can be daunting when you start up as a freelancer.
While there are many skills and virtues you need to freelance successfully long term, what you need to find your first freelancing clients are the 4Ps.
As an accountant, we’d bet that a fair chunk of your time is dedicated solely to helping your clients understand cloud accounting.
For employers looking to widen their recruitment options with the additions of extra benefits for their employees, benefit in kind will be a familiar term. These are ways for you to recognise the importance of your employees in your business, by offering them a little something extra other than a salary.
A new study of 1,123 workers by Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has revealed that tiredness is affecting productivity at work. 66% of British workers said that tiredness had a negative impact on their ability to work which then affects overall productivity levels.
Before you go ahead and set up your business, as much as you’ve been anticipating cutting the ribbon (literally or metaphorically), there are a few things you need to know.
It’s easy to imagine that when you throw off those employment shackles and go freelance, there will only be two major differences: you (probably) won’t ‘go to work’ every day and people will pay you directly for your work.