The land of startups is being introduced to a fairly new concept thanks to Managed By Q. Fast Company writes, "Over the next five years, office management service Managed By Q will give 5% of the company to its workers, CEO Dan Teran announced at a press conference with United States Labor Secretary Tom Perez on Friday." The latter this move will make a good example for other "on-demand" service companies.
Managed by Q is essentially an app-based platform that allows its clients to communicate directly with workers to request special projects and coordinate schedules. Secretary Perez told Teran, "You are showing the world that in the on-demand space, you can innovate and you can ensure that innovation is inclusive." The structure provides a bright future for such jobs, which will continue to grow.
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