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December 21, 2011 / Danii Oliver

Working Policies

Policies

Before You call me, understand my policies

I work to Get Paid, Not Played

I support the campaign to end client nonpayment. I support the Freelancers Union’s who are working from every angle to make sure freelancers get paid.

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I support…

The Freelancer Payment Protection Act (S4129/A6698) would:
Grant freelancers the same wage protection as traditional employees.
Require the Department of Labor to pursue freelancers’ unpaid wages.
Hold deadbeat executives personally liable for up to $20,000 and jail time.

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I am not a slave I don’t work for free

I support the antispec campaign. I support not working out side of a contract with escrow provided up front and legally binding payments terms worked out. Conversations held outside of billable hours for deliverable work is considered a consultation and is subject to a consultation fee.

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What is spec work?

Spec work – crowdsourcing – spec competitions

Working on spec is when a single designer or agency design for free in the hope of winning a project.


If you need to test this is fair

Tests & Samples of “Something like it”

Work done “Just so you can see” is Spec Work. Designers and Developers have a “Portfolio” for clients to look through to gain an understanding of out capablities.

You will more likely “NOT” find something like what you are looking for in a portfolio. It is only through your hiring a desinger & paying them that you will work with them to create your project that does not yet exsist.

Tests are the same. Sample work done, “just to see” how the Designer/ Developer works.

*Text with icon or “Read More” link has been taken from the official campaigns backed by Freelancer’s Union & AntiSpec.com . These are the community leaders of the respective campaigns. They retain all rights and privileges to their own content and images. All other text belong to Danii Oliver.
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