Wednesday, 5 February 2014

How Not To Cancel a Freelance Gig - The MYOB Show

Today on The MYOB Show we discover how not to cancel a freelance job. The MYOB Show British talk radio as and when you need us.

In the past The MYOB talk radio show has looked into the subject from the point of view of the freelancer, however on today’s show we look at it from the employer’s perspective.

In today’s interview our guest Ed will let us know the major do’s and don’ts for all freelancers, what employers expect and what actions will ensure you never get a call back (which is not good).

Who’s on the show?

Presenter: Dom O'Neill – 

Dom is a British talk radio presenter and a MA and BA (Hon) Radio and media graduate with an 10 years experience working freelance in the UK broadcast industry.

Guest: Ed O’Neill – 

MD of NE Language Project – a 1:1 language school in the North of England. Ed has also worked as a freelancer so has experience of both sides of the argument.

Why listen?

No-one likes to cancel or be cancelled on however today on the show we find out the best way to get out of a job while protecting your good name and reputation while also looking after the person you have cancelled on.

Want to know how to deal with one of the trickiest situations you’ll have to deal with as a freelancer?

If so, you need to…

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I hope this info helps.

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Take care,

Dom O'Neill

What is The MYOB Show?

The Mind Your Own Business Show (MYOB Show) is a British talk radio programme. We help you succeed in business and live the dream as your own boss! We are the most honest and realistic show dedicated to giving you all the info you need to succeed in your career. MYOB Show is on the AM dial of your radio & online as an on-demand talk radio programme. The show is full of useful tips, discussions and information to help folk like yourself adjust to life after the 9-5.

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