A wise person once said that time is money. In many ways that’s still true today. People are paid on an hourly basis and most companies rate their employees as part-time or full-time, based on the number of hours they work eac...
In a rough economy, how do you decide how and what to be paid? Should you charge an hourly rate or by the specifics outlined for each project? What about charging a fee based on the value you bring to your clients? Read Post
24/7 Wall St. looked at a number of workplace studies on how people spend time online, and found that most say employees with PCs spend 20-plus hours a week on the Web while at work—and about a quarter of that is for personal use. 2... Read Post
One company, oDesk, was bored last month. They calculated the number of hours their employees worked in August. And it was a lot. Between all of their contractors, a total of 1,000,000+ hours were worked in 31 days. (We wonder if th... Read Post