Working Not Working, the platform for award-winning and hard-working freelance creatives and hiring companies is now launching a payments solution.
Working Not Working‘s mission is to create a highly-curated community of “cream of the crop” creatives. Its advantage is cutting the middlemen during the hiring process, with companies connecting and communicating directly with talent.
The platform has now reached product maturity and, as an inevitable step, is launching a payments platform for hassle-free invoicing and payments. Working Not Working will pay freelancers as soon as employers approve their invoice, and will also collect and verify identity and bank account information. In addition, the platform will deliver 1099 forms for all contractors at the end of the year.
The WNW payments platform is powered by Qwil, a platform managing payments for freelancers, which allows freelancers to get paid on their own payment terms. Freelancers will forward their invoices to WNW, providing all information related to their business and the work delivered. In return, Working Not Working staff will do the payments chasing.
WNW Payments is still in beta, with members free to use and send feedback. Learn more here.
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