The perks that gig workers miss out on
Freelancers aren’t tied to a desk but struggle with getting paid on time and working out their investments. A number of them are now turning to consultancies to make life easier
Swati Gundeti, 32, had worked as a software engineer for five years, when her husband moved cities in 2014. So, she decided to become a freelancer. Once the joy of not spending crazy hours tied to a desk in the office passed, Gundeti became aware of a major struggle in a freelancer’s life—finding clients and getting paid for the work.