In this episode, Micha Kaufman, Co-founder, and CEO of Fiverr gave us an overview of the workforce revolution through his eyes. He starts his journey 12 years ago, when he founded Fiverr, and takes us right up until today, looking at the accelerations of this revolution by gen Z entering the workforce.
During the first year of the pandemic, organizations lost control over people’s time. But then, companies started to think maybe time isn’t the only way to measure people, maybe we need to look at people’s impact and contributions? The organizations that don’t migrate their thinking towards this approach over the next 2-4 years are going to be left behind.
So, we got straight to the point and asked Micha, “Is full-time employment dead?”
His answer? “Absolutely, yes!”
In his opinion, it’s only a matter of 5-10 years – the old social construct of how businesses work with talent is set to change forever.
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Micha Kaufman is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Fiverr, the world’s largest and fastest-growing marketplace for digital services.
Since its launch, Fiverr has become a leader in its multibillion-dollar industry, enabling freelancers and entrepreneurs to start doing, growing, and succeeding. Kaufman is also He is an angel investor, a partner at Cerca VC, a startup mentor, and a contributor at WIRED and Forbes.
As a recognized voice in the areas of entrepreneurship, the future of work, and the gig economy, Kaufman frequently shares his views through the Fiverr blog, Medium, and various media outlets.