5 workplace trends every business owner needs to know in 2022

workplace trends

As 2021 winds down, so too does the first full year of working under Covid-related conditions. The future of work looks different: hiring, retention, commuting — none of these things will be going back to the way they were before. Instead, many business owners have been forced to permanently shift their operations to adapt to […]

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3 payday loan alternatives employers can offer workers

The first thing you need to know about payday loans is that they are expensive. And popular. In 2020, the payday loan industry generated over 32 billion dollars and is expected to reach nearly 50 billion by 2030. This is due to the fact that workers want money in their hands now, and there are […]

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Is the gig economy right for your business?

Businesses are always looking for new ways to grow, and since the gig economy is here to stay, you should consider how hiring independent contractors might fit into your business model. For businesses, a key benefit of implementing a gig model is cost savings. While you undoubtedly want to be able to offer competitive pay […]

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4 ways to motivate and incentivize gig workers

how to motivate gig workers

With the gig business model on the rise and more companies paying independent contractors, managers are tasked with incentivizing a relatively new and growing class of workers. Motivating gig workers isn’t an easy task when the traditional rules of engagement and retention don’t apply. What benefits can companies offer gig workers? The gig workforce is […]

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3 trends shaping gig work in 2021

gig worker survey

Today we’re sharing Everee’s first annual Gig Worker Survey Report. In this report, we surveyed over 400 gig workers in the United States to better understand the needs of the newest essential workforce.  We found that gig workers need ways to improve financial health. The majority of those surveyed say they’re in the same or […]

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