• Albert David, over 3 years ago

    Great platform. Thanks for sharing the info about this opportunity. All the best for the luckiest one!

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  • Bart Claeys, over 3 years ago

    No, because often the legality of being a freelancer in a full-time position is the problem. Local laws may decide the freelancer needs to be able to enjoy the same benefits as a full-time employee, especially when the freelancer doesn't do anything on the side and works for 100% at her/his one client.

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    • Alf SalibAlf Salib, over 3 years ago

      I think you misunderstood the article. It wasn't talking about hiring freelancers, it was about hiring someone for a full time position, but the person's experience is predominantly freelance work.

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