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"And to your right you'll see an extremely troubled young woman who thinks she's a tour guide."
Tags:urban, urban life, urban living, city, cities, gig economy, travel, travelling, tour, tours, touring, vacation, vacations, holiday, holidays, on holiday, tourism, tourist, tourists, tourist trap, tourist traps, sketchy, bad tours, tour guide, guide, guides, delusion, deluded, crazy, language, speech patterns, speech, word play, play on words, city life
"I'm lookin' for a couple of fast guns who ain't afraid to lay down their life. There's no pay, but it'll be a great way to get your name out there."
Tags:unpaid, name, publicity, free publicity, exposure, free exposure, good exposure, cowboy, cow boy, cowboys, cow boys, wild west, old west, western, westerns, unpaid internship, intern, unpaid intern, interns, internships, no pay, employment, employed, work, working, work for free, working for free, pay, fair pay, freelance, independent, independent workforce, independence, work from home, home working, freelancer, freelancing, freelancers, bar, saloon, tavern, saloons, gig, gig economy, industry, nice try
The giggle economy
Tags:gig economy, gig worker, gig workers, zero hour contract, zero hour contracts, insecure work, work insecurity, workers rights, employee rights, employees, self employed, forced self-employment, benefits, giggle, giggling, laughing, cry, crying, cries, pun, puns, wordplay, play on words, modern life, modern work, modern economy
Tags:cab driver, cab drivers, taxi, taxis, car share, car sharing, gig economy, hack, hacks, smart phones, smart phone, phone app, phone application, ride-hail, ride-hail app, taxicab, taxicabs, taxicab driver, taxicab drivers, driver, drivers, word play, famous movie, famous movie character, 70s film, 70s films, 70s cinema, 70s movie, 70s movies, cabbie, cabbies, new york, new york movies, new york movie
"One day full on, and then 364 days without work...I've had enough of the ruddy gig economy."
"This employee contract is unacceptable, 97% of it is gibberish... I want the other 3% sorted out now!"
"Is this your first time being fired in 3-D?"
"You should at least learn an instrument."
Tags:homeless, the homeless, homelessness, hobo, hobos, panhandler, panhandling, pan handler, pan handling, tin cup, begging, beggar, beg, shelter, shelters, music, musical, busk, busking, on the streets, street, street musicians, musicians, talent, talents, capitalism, gig economy, capitalist, empathy, sympathy, relate, class, class issues, class critique, critique, critical, dark humor, dark humour, black humor, black humour
Meet The People in the Bookstore Café Staring at Their Laptops 2-4 p.m.
Tags:cyberspace, internet, computer, computers, chat rooms, chat room, world wide web, unsocial media, modern life, modern times, internet addiction, internet addictions, internet addict, screen time, computer addiction, coffee shop, coffee shops, cafe, cafes, café, cafés, freelance, freelancer, freelancers, self-employed, self-employment, self-employ, isolated, isolationism, isolated, human condition, gig economy, gig economies, new economy, modern economy, writers, writing, screenwriters, screenwriting, consultant, consultants, author, authors, laptop, laptops, portable computers, portable computing
Corporate Responsibility Suggested Guidelines.
Tags:corporate responsibility, corporations, corporation, businesses, business, minimum, minimal, responsibility, responsibilities, guideline, guidelines, minimums, basic, base, least, corporate culture, gig economy, gig economies, gig-economy, gig-economies, zero-hours contract, zero-hour contracts, zero hour contract, zero hour contracts, zero-hours contracts, zero-hours contract, labour, labor, labor market, labour market, temporary work
"And this is where Simon works remotely...thinks remotely...and acts remotely."
Tags:work, gig economy, homeworker, self-employed, self-employment, self employed, self employment, homeworkers, home office, home worker, home workers, remote, remoteness, isolation, emotional distance, telecommute, telecommuting, telecommuter, telecommuters, telecommutes, work, home, remote, remotely, laptop, couple, marriage, criticism, distant, vague, sole trader, marital problem, marital problems, marriage problem, marriage problems
"Hey, where's the gig, man?"
Tags:gig economy, zero hour contract, zero hours contract, zero hour contracts, temp, temps, temping, temporary position, temporary positions, corporate jargon, corporate lingo, recruitment, employment, interview, rock music, guitarist, singer, misunderstanding, gig, rocker, employer, job, rock 'n' roll, pop culture, recruiter, recruiters, misunderstanding, misunderstandings
"Your regular hours will be 9 to 5, that's 9 until 5 past. The rest is whenever we need you."
"The guy you'll be working with is a recovering workaholic. We'll only need you until his next relapse."
Tags:human resources, hr, workaholics, work addict, work addicts, work-life balance, life-work balance, temp job, temp jobs, temporary job, temporary jobs, workaholic, relapse, job search, gig economy, temporary work, temp, manage, overwork, office, business, stress, job pressure, temporary assignment, addiction, 12 steps, recovery, recoveries
"See you next year guys. . . That's the bastard gig economy for you!"
"He's in training for the gig economy."
Tags:gig, gig economy, gig economies, temporary positions, temporary position, temporary contract, temporary contracts, beggar, beggars, unemployed, job security, unemployment, economic uncertainly, economy, training, trainer, hr, human resources, personal, job insecurity, zero hour contract, zero hour contracts, zero-hour contract, zero-hour contracts
"You do understand that I can only offer you a zero hour contract?"
"The Gig Economy's been good to me."
"I see you've spent the last twenty years driving a cab."
Tags:job interview, job interviews, job candidate, job candidates, force of habit, taxi, taxis, cabbie, cabbies, driver, drivers, cabs, job hunting, cab driver, changing, changing professions, midlife job search, gig economy, stuck in the past, learning new skills, job reassignment, habits, driver, chauffeur, lead, directions, looking back, chauffeurs, interviewer, interviewers, career change, career changes, cv, resume, resumes
"Yes, we have a retirement plan. It's called a layoff."
Tags:retirement plan, retirement plans, retirement savings, job perk, job perks, job benefits, worker right, worker rights, employee right, employee rights, employee, employees, pension plan, pension plans, layoff, layoffs, retirement, retirements, work environment, gig economy, unethical, businesses, business practice, business practices
"368 million parcels to deliver and only one days work guaranteed, I've had enough of the gig economy!"
"If your volunteering goes well then we MAY be able to offer you an unpaid internship and THAT could lead to a 'ZERO' hours contract!"
"We can offer you the chance to volunteer and if that goes well in a few years an unpaid internship might be possible."
Tags:volunteer, volunteering, volunteers, internships, intern, interns, gig economy, exploitation, worker right, worker rights, employment opportunity, employment opportunities, internship, in turn, gig working, gig at carnaby, recruitment, recruit, interview, youth, manager, management, hr, pr, personnel, personal training, hr training, office cartoon
"You realise the post is only part time, no more than 60 hours a week!"
"You look perfectly suited for managing on the pigeons have a salary that goes with the job!"
Tags:interview, interviews, job interview, job interviews, pittance, salary, salaries, wage, wages, job offer, job offers, job applicant, job applicants, recruit, recruitment, family, prejudice, bias, resume, cv, hr, personnel, job, jobs, flaws, negative qualities, negative, poor pay, poor play, logo, low wages, poor pay, gig economy