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Freelancers need to understand plagiarism and copyright
September 18, 2018

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

Freelancers need to understand plagiarism and copyright

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Copyright and plagiarism need to be understood by freelancers producing creative works that are subject to copyright. We explain how copyright works and international conventions.

When you leave a team environment as an employee, it is often hard to maintain your motivation and enthusiasm. We explain how to do this.

A recent OECD report has revealed that globally employment is increasing, but wages are stagnating. We explain what is happening to counter this trend.

Work-life balance is not just a daily, weekly or even a yearly issue, it has become a lifetime issue. We explain how and why this has occurred and what impact it will have on your life.

Did you wing it with your tax return this year and do it all yourself? We reveal the latest tips for freelancers and why you should get advice, especially if you are moonlighting as a freelancer.

We are maintaining our articles on drought relief for farmers because it is looking more and more like a long-term strategy for supplementing farm income is needed. We explain how Amazon can help farmers do this.

An update of training news and the Amazon Associates Case Study status is provided.

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