If you’re interested in having a bit more control and freedom in your professional life, freelancing is an attractive option. The outbreak of corona virus has also contributed to the rise of freelancing as everyone is looking to cut costs and at the same time increase efficiency. Many businesses have chosen to start or turn to be as “free-lancers” in this new norm.
During this week’s webinar, we will be sharing a step-by-step guideline to start your “free-lancing” business. It’s imperative to prepare yourself to freelance and freelance well. We will be sharing with you some informative guide to understand what freelancing is, how to protect your rights and the characteristics needed to succeed as a freelancer. Freelancers are responsible for all sorts of things that traditional employees are not, such as setting their work hours, keeping track of time spent on different projects, billing clients, and paying their own employment and business taxes.
A brief introduction of who Joseph Cheong is. Joseph holds a Bachelor Of Laws from University of London, LLB(Hon) and also Certificate Of Legal Practice(CLP). He is the founder and managing partner of Chambers of Cheong & Law which is one of the well known law firms in Penang, Malaysia. Besides, he is also a certified HRDF trainer and an associate of FPAM(Financial Planning Association Malaysia). Last but not least, Joseph also acts as legal advisor to numerous companies and speakers for law related conferences.