Gig Economy in Switzerland
About this Event
The Hollywood Model – disrupting the job market
(by Alexander Heidl)
Whether it is a revolution or not, that is to be debated. But there is a clear shift in the market towards new engagement models, especially in the analytics domain. The reasons are manifold; whether it is the expert’s desire to choose customers, managers, projects and the freedom to roam around or businesses in demand for analytics skills when and where needed – for some the gig economy is a blessing, to others it is a scary nebula.
In this talk we will reflect on the pros and cons of the gig economy and set a spotlight on what we can learn from Hollywood to master the transition from a classic employment model to more independence and freedom.
The evolving demand on legal and social security for freelancers, start-upper’s and self-employed – A new business model to cover it all
(by Larissa Moser)
The number of freelancers, contractors and start-ups is growing every year. All those «self-employers» do have to care about social security and proper insurances themselves and are mostly not entitled to claim unemployment help in times of a crisis with their businesses.
In this session we are going to look at the up- and down sides of certain legal entities and show you the sudden possibilities of an independent with the new way of payrolling in Switzerland. Within an instant you can be enjoying the freedom of a self-employed and profit from the social security of an employee. Automatically insured for illness, accident and pension, with or without your own company structure.