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PeopleCaddie's new office building

PeopleCaddie is on the move! We’ve set up shop in a new office – take a look at our new building, located in the active Rosemont area.

We’re are excited to announce that we’ll soon be launching a new PeopleCaddie mobile app! Be sure to stay updated as more details are released.

Pay Day

Contractors are treated like vendors and have to wait on payment. But there’s an alternative wherein they enjoy the same, steady payment cycle as W-2 employees, and PeopleCaddie has developed a framework for how contractors can get paid every two weeks.

PeopleCaddie's new office building

PeopleCaddie is on the move! We’ve set up shop in a new office – take a look at our new building, located in the active Rosemont area.

We’re are excited to announce that we’ll soon be launching a new PeopleCaddie mobile app! Be sure to stay updated as more details are released.

Pay Day

Contractors are treated like vendors and have to wait on payment. But there’s an alternative wherein they enjoy the same, steady payment cycle as W-2 employees, and PeopleCaddie has developed a framework for how contractors can get paid every two weeks.

One of the major adjustments employers have had to make in the aftermath of the pandemic is handling their contractor relations with hybrid and remote contractors. Work gets completed, deadlines are met – but are their contractors happy? Do they feel included as part of the team? Do they have the optimal amount of information

Gaining a foothold on the professional ladder is a difficult enough task under the best circumstances. Making the right impression with management during a pandemic, when a company’s employees are forced to shelter at home? Virtually impossible. At least the playing field was leveled when everyone was stuck working remotely. But as businesses began to

One of the major adjustments employers have had to make in the aftermath of the pandemic is handling their contractor relations with hybrid and remote contractors. Work gets completed, deadlines are met – but are their contractors happy? Do they feel included as part of the team? Do they have the optimal amount of information

Gaining a foothold on the professional ladder is a difficult enough task under the best circumstances. Making the right impression with management during a pandemic, when a company’s employees are forced to shelter at home? Virtually impossible. At least the playing field was leveled when everyone was stuck working remotely. But as businesses began to

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