The Future Is Freelance — A Case for the New American Dream

The Future Is Freelance — A Case for the New American Dream

The face of business in the U.S. is changing — and it’s being fueled by a dynamic, impassioned and rapidly expanding freelancing workforce. Recent statistics reveal that in 2019, more than 57 million people (35% of the American workforce) have migrated to independent consulting, a 4 million person upswing over just the last five years. Additionally, American freelancer earnings are rapidly approaching the $1 trillion benchmark. These numbers are only expected to rise as more businesses embrace freelance hiring models to power corporate benefits such as cost savings, performance agility, and greater access to a diverse range of expert creative talent.

Prepping your team for emergency Remote Work

Prepping your team for emergency Remote Work

At We Are Rosie, we’ve been promoting remote work since we’ve launched two years ago. This type of work meets the needs of so many talented individuals and we’re pleased to report 90% of our Rosies have worked on remote jobs. But the unexpected can happen at any time, and it’s important that companies are prepped to have a remote working plan to accommodate challenging times without losing any productivity.

3 Ways To Prevent Burnout While Working Remotely

3 Ways To Prevent Burnout While Working Remotely

Here at We Are Rosie, all of our full-time employees are able to flexibly work remotely. And by flexibly, we mean all the time. Most of our meetings are virtual, and while we have an office space, our team is spread out across the nation. We don’t just preach the flexible work life, we LIVE it.