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5 Complaint Resolution Best Practices for Medical Freelancers

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 18, 2017 4:55:30 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

As a freelancer in the medical industry, no matter which country you reside in, there are minimum standards that you must adhere to if and when you ever have to address a complaint made against you. Many states will have official government bodies put in place to watch over the actions and activities of all medical providers, and they will also apply sanctions where necessary. With this in mind, you'll need to know what you’re doing at all times and be ready to implement the best complaint resolution policy when needed. Here are 5 complaint resolution best practices for medical freelancers!

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Your Do's and Don'ts Checklist to Get Started as a Freelancer

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 11, 2017 3:30:31 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

If you have managed to gain some impressive qualifications and experience in the healthcare industry and are accustomed to working for health care organizations in the past, it will prove to be a rather daunting prospect to take the plunge and do it alone as a freelancer. I hope to help you with this checklist of the do's and don’ts you need to consider before you first branch out in your freelancing career. Here's a guide to get started as a freelancer!

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5 Ways to Make a Living as a Freelancer

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 20, 2017 5:12:56 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

If you’re reading this blog, no doubt you’re all geared up and ready to make a start in your new career choice as a freelancer? While that is great and congratulations on your eager approach, I would politely advise you just to consider how you will earn enough money to keep yourself afloat in this game.

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6 Best Ways to Record Your Freelancing Orders

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2017 12:40:07 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

Can you believe you have come this far? You are now preparing to start up your very own freelancing business and are looking at how best to keep yourself organized when it comes to dealing with any orders that you might be able to secure. It is imperative you ensure your order tracking system works flawlessly and after nearly nine years in the game, I feel I will be able to offer you some valuable help in this regard. Here are the 6 best ways to record your freelancing orders!

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3 Effective Tips to Win Repeat Customers

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 6, 2017 6:12:12 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

As you will no doubt already appreciate, the key to any successful business is the ability to convert initial inquiries into orders and then impress these clients so much, they come back time and again and become important repeat customers. Getting repeated customers is what you should be looking for as a freelancer and this article aims to provide you with some useful advice and tips to win repeat customers.

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Full-time or Part-time Freelancing?

[fa icon="calendar'] May 30, 2017 2:18:40 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

When you first consider entering the world of a freelancer, there are a good number of factors that will need to be considered. Foremost amongst these will be whether or not you will be working full-time or part-time. Of course, this will primarily depend on the level of income you need to abstract from your new business; however, there are a few other important considerations that I would like to share with you at this time. Here are some things to consider when deciding a full-time or part-time freelancing career.

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6 Ways to Handle Unhappy Clients

[fa icon="calendar'] May 23, 2017 6:29:39 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

Whenever we start working as a freelancer, we are brimming with confidence and keen to show off our skills to future clients. Each and every service we rendered is done with absolute pride, and there can be a slight smugness as we believe our work to be pretty well... perfect. However, alas, it is time to come back down to reality and acknowledge the fact that there will be times where clients genuinely dislike the service you've provided them. With this in mind, this article aims to offer you some constructive advice on ways to handle unhappy clients.

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3 Easy Steps to Deal with Jealous Freelancer Competitors

[fa icon="calendar'] May 16, 2017 4:30:36 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

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Freelance Caregiver Jobs in Singapore | CaregiverAsia

[fa icon="calendar'] May 9, 2017 5:44:02 PM / by Teo Youliang Hakim posted in Freelancing

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If you’re looking for caregiver jobs in Singapore, you might find it difficult to decide on which agency or platform to list your services. Which agency should you pick for maximum benefits and perks for your career as a caregiver?

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4 Reasons Why Freelancing Might be Better than Your 9-to-5 Job

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 25, 2017 3:26:08 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Freelancing

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This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.

Do you wake up each and every morning with a feeling of dread in the pit of your stomach? Do you find that weekends absolutely race by and before you know it, it’s a depressing Monday morning again? Do you yearn to leave the Rat Race far behind you and attempt to go it alone as a freelancer? If you have answered most of the questions above affirmatively, you will be the first to appreciate the fact that the grass can indeed be greener on the other side of the fence and that true freedom and flexibility to work as a freelancer could one day be yours.

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