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Research conducted by the Open University* found that organisations have spent more than £6.6 billion on recruitment fees, increased salaries, temporary staff and training to help bring the skills of those hired at a lower level, up to scratch in 2020.
Even in an extraordinary year as 2020, we here at YJ knew we couldn't stop - because we knew a lot of you couldn't stop. Projects needed to keep moving.
We recently interviewed Stu Rolls, Freelance Film & Sound Producer to find out why he chose freelancing and more about being a Film and Sound Producer.
New research from Barclays Corporate Banking has revealed 15% of UK companies have created roles specifically to cater to an increase in digital sales and boost online capacity, believing the pandemic has accelerated a ‘technological revolution’ in retail.
Since our founding, we’ve believed that freelancers play a vital role in the UK economy and are the changing face of work. In an economy still wrestling with the pandemic, the planned implementation of IR35 in 2021 is causing a great deal of uncertainty and stress.
We are throwing our weight behind the petition for creation of an emergency fund for freelancers set up by IPSE (The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) and the Creative Industries Federation.
Last week at Foodwell in Manchester we hosted a small panel discussion titled "A Freelancer Guide to Avoiding Burnout". The event created some great discussion and content so here's the wrap-up.