Association and Innovative Service Organization join to rally support for Independent Worker Benefits

DETROIT, MI / ACCESSWIRE / August 14, 2019 / National Independent Worker Day, hosted by iPSE-U.S., the Association of Independent Workers, established America’s first National Independent Worker Day to raise awareness of Independent Workers who are not afforded benefits. The day is designed to remind all Independent Workers that they are significant within the workforce, they are supported and that they have a voice. It will honor the tens of millions of Independent Workers, Contractors, Consultants, Freelancers, Self-Employed, Gig Workers who live day-to-day without benefits. The first inaugural day will be held digitally to recognize all Independent Workers nationwide, and future days will be hosted and celebrated with in-person events filled with inspirational speakers, informative workshops and webinars, as well as meaningful conversations with thought-leaders across the globe.

According to recent research, nearly 40% of the U.S. workforce will engage in independent work by 2023, an increase of 2.6% over the next four years[1]. The partnership hopes to promote Independent Worker rights for all Americans who choose alternative work arrangements. The modern labor workforce has dramatically shifted over the years, leaving gaps in insurance and benefit compensation packages that are typically provided by traditional employment-based organizations.

Carl Camden, Founder and President of iPSE-U.S., The Association of Independent Workers, commented: “we will curate and develop fairly-priced memberships featuring content and services to inspire both social synergy for individuals and to impact organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).”

National Independent Worker Day is a collaboration between iPSE-U.S.a not-for-profit organization, and iWorker Innovations a national insurance brokerage enablement platform which has formed a strategic partnership for Independent Worker advocacy initiatives. The collaboration will focus on social impact and public-private partnerships that support portable benefit development and advocate for America’s Independent Workers.

About iWorker Innovations

iWorker Innovations, a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) national insurance brokerage and association management enablement provider services organizations and businesses with turn-key benefit solutions for Independent Workers. We work directly with lead organizations, associations and government agencies to clearly define what benefits programs can be offered to their Independent Workers – and to secure those critical benefits.

For more information: www.iw-innov.com.

About iPSE-U.S.

iPSE-U.S., the Association of Independent Workers, honors the tens of millions of Independent Workers, Contractors, Consultants, Freelancers, Self-Employed, Gig Workers, and Small Business Owners in America who choose to fearlessly structure their work around their lives. iPSE-U.S. supports these workers with a political voice, industry insights, portable benefit structure and an ecosystem of like-minded independent professionals.

America’s Independent Workers should be celebrated for their contribution to our nation. They embody the principles and values of our country’s Declaration of Independence by truly representing what it means to be free.

 

Join us in celebrating America’s first annual National Independent Worker Day on August 16th, as we, iPSE-U.S., continue to advocate for policy reform on behalf of America’s Independent Workforce.

For more information: www.iPSE.us

CONTACT:

Communications Contact:

Matt BIRD
Partner @ 1800pr
1-800-PublicRelations
+1 (646) 401-4499
matt.bird@1800pr.com

iWorker Business Development Contact:

Azariah Lehman
CAO @ iWorker Innovations
azariah.lehman@iw-innov.com

iPSE Contact:

+1 (313) 334-3003
info@ipse.us

MBO Partners, Inc(2018). The State of Independence in America 2018: The New Normal (Vol.8, Rep.), 15.

SOURCE: iPSE-U.S.

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