Posted 08.08.2017 @ 8.24AM
::You can then go back to a real job.::
::high chance of leading to a government job::
You'll have time to keep drinking those pina coladas(?), the wheels of government turn even slower that enterprise!
Posted 30.07.2017 @ 9.43AM
It's retail @Dan, Coles for a couple of months. I hear you, I had a short term contract at KPMG once, very dry - they didn't even have cake (mind you they've sponsored a few events I've run and they put on a good spread there).
I'm with you @scotty on being an employee. I'm looking forward to getting into the onsite gym next week though - time to get my pre-baby body back!
Posted 27.07.2017 @ 7.35AM
I've just landed a 2 month contract at a big corporate. I've not really worked much for anyone this year and it's all been agency for the last five years. I'd forgotten about all of the corporate benefits: free food, career development, internal opportunities, free parking, people being amazed by the last project you worked on...
Anyone else made the switch either way lately?
Posted 09.07.2017 @ 7.53AM
I meant from the point of view that I haven't heard of anyone doing this sort of thing locally (I haven't spoken to everyone though).
Haven't had any call for 24/7 support on the tech side, hoping to sell it before we get to that stage.
The main issue for us - not tech though - was having a Paypal dependency, people would join and try to use it but couldn't because their email wasn't registered with Paypal. I set up nome notifications to let both parties and myself know what the issue was, then I'd call the person to sort it out. Thankfully this won't be an issue with the new version we're releasing soon, which will handle cards and bank transfer without Paypal.
Posted 06.07.2017 @ 11.22PM
I'm on the lookout for self employed people (with staff or not) to talk about superannuation. Some would be recorded (with permission) and used in a marketing campaign. My marketing person will be doing these via Skype (unless you are in Singapore) and will be pretty quick and painless, she's awesome.
Posted 26.06.2017 @ 11.05AM
Yeah the apostrophe thing needs fixing.
And @Pscysm that 'my threads' thing kind of exists already:
Posted 09.12.2015 @ 12.12PM
Hey @Pscysm - my first thought when I looked at your landing page is...what exactly is this? Granted, I have some idea because I've seen what you've been saying about it on the forum. But even so, I find myself unsure when looking at your landing page. I can't grasp what Dragonbill is and why I want it.
The content in the red bar is useful for expanding on what's being offered, but it's secondary information. I'd like to see the primary message upfront to feel confident that I understand what I'm signing up for is something I'm actually interested in.*
*caveat, I'm not necessarily your target market, but it was easier to write this in first person