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October Lunch & Learn: Hiring & Getting Hired for Gig Work in Tech
October 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm PDT
A pizza lunch is included with your donation! Click here to register!
Intrigued by the world of gig work in the tech industry? Whether you’re a tech professional looking to secure more gig opportunities or a business seeking to tap into the gig economy, our October Lunch and Learn event is for you!
Join us for an insightful discussion where you will get valuable insights, tips, and strategies for both job seekers and employers navigating the gig landscape in the technology field.
- Navigating Gig Opportunities: Learn how to find, apply for, and excel in tech gig roles.
- Understanding & Negotiating Pay: Explore day rates, bidding and pay in gig work.
- Hiring Gig Workers: Discover effective strategies for recruiting and onboarding gig professionals.
This Lunch and Learn event is perfect for:
- Tech professionals exploring gig work options
- Employers interested in leveraging gig talent
- Freelancers, contractors, and gig workers in the tech field
- Individuals looking to expand their network in the tech industry
Don’t miss this opportunity to delve into the world of gig work in technology, share your experiences, and connect with like-minded professionals. Bring your questions and enthusiasm to this engaging and informative event.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER: CRYSTAL GARCIA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TAG NW
This month, come meet TAG NW’s new Executive Director, Crystal Garcia. Crystal has a rich background in hiring and managing gig workers in the technology industry. As a live streaming and virtual events producer, she has been hiring and managing gig workers for small and large organizations on projects ranging from single events to long term, recurring events and projects. Crystal is passionate about inclusivity in the tech industry and breaking down barriers for opportunity. She has utilized gig work to further her own career and expand her industry knowledge and experience while pursuing higher education and managing seasons of parenting that made jobs with traditional employment hours inaccessible.