Freelancer’s Union Review

Reviewing Freelancer’s Union

Freelancers UnionIn an effort to help freelancers everywhere, Sara Horowitz started the Freelancer’s Union in 1995. The mission of the Freelancer’s Union is:

Freelancers Union promotes the interests of independent workers through advocacy, education, and services.

I became a member just a few months ago, and I have found Freelancer’s Union to be helpful in some aspects of my chosen profession.

With many benefits that I will explain further on, you may find that joining the Freelancer’s Union to be a wise decision.

PROS CONS
 Free to join. No dues.  Based in New York City, it seems most of the material is directed towards freelancers in that area
 A source to attain health and life insurance
 A resource to find clients

More about Freelancer’s Union

It doesn’t cost a cent to join the Freelancer’s Union. You will receive regular emails of blog posts and upcoming events that may be of interest to you.

Once you join Freelancer’s Union, you can make a profile page which can be seen by others. This can be a great networking tool. I have discovered that Freelancers often have a desire to help other Freelancers. Maybe a person will have more work than they can handle, and they will seek out someone who is a member to pick up the load.

Get 50+ Business Card Designs in 5 days, starting at only $130, at DesignCrowd.com.au!

Other benefits

There are a plethora of benefits you can get through being a member of the Freelancer’s Union. Benefits such as:

  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Retirement Systems
  • Freelancer Tools
  • And More…

At the bottom of this review is a button where you can visit and join the Freelancer’s Union. Remember, there is no cost.

My Rating

I give Freelancer’s Union 9 out of 10 stars. Once they get a more world wide system going, they will get 10 stars.

By the way, Freelancer’s Union actually had President Obama state that Freelancing isn’t Free!

visit-button

Facebook Comments

comments

All original content on these pages is fingerprinted and certified by Digiprove
%d bloggers like this: