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The Gig economy and the changing landscape of work
Is gig work a fantastic opportunity for those who prefer flexible hours and to choose their work projects? Or does the absence of employee protection and stability mean that gig work is really only advantageous for companies?  This new landscape is controversial and growing. Let’s discuss.

Jun 29, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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James Soriero
Jim Soriero is originally from Pennsylvania, but has lived in New York City since the 80’s. He has an accounting degree from Baruch College and continuing education certificates from NYU in computer programming, web design, and digital graphics. In addition, he’s a Quickbooks certified consultant. He started gigging long before the term was invented and has sustained his living working in various industries. Bookkeeping, voiceovers, short-term Airbnb rental management, web design, tap dance teacher, and photography are all jobs he has worked in over the past 20 years. His life as a gigger has given him a wide range of experience in many industries from dance studios to medical offices.
Joanna Pousset
Joanna Pousset, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Economics and Finance at Toulouse Business School, Barcelona, Spain. Her research interests are in Social Influence, Persuasion and Management Profiling. In particular, she studies behavioral aspects of team dynamics, narcissism and power struggles in upper echelons, psychological manipulation and entrepreneurial psychology. She mentors and empowers young entrepreneurs on their long-term goal of making their venture a success.