As a founder (I founded the company in 2012), I’ve always taken an active role in how we communicate the business, so there’s not a day where I’m not reviewing messaging or being the communicator for YunoJuno. There is more structure than the early days, but we still very much function as a rapidly growing start-up so both my co-founder and I, along with our executive team speak on a daily basis on how best to execute our roadmap.
The other part of my day – by design – has been to take a very pastoral role with our team. Even though the company is approaching 100 employees, I still meet with everyone individually and check in on their health and well-being within the business. They are the most important part of how we accomplish what we set out to build at YunoJuno.
The biggest achievement so far has been reaching over 100 thousand freelance bookings on the YunoJuno platform totalling more than half a billion pounds. We achieved this milestone in December 2021, but what made that milestone even more significant was that it came after all we all had to endure due to Covid-19.
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This was coupled with the most significant tax reform to hit self-employed individuals in IR35. Even though those initial months saw a downturn in business, and the wider market having to grapple with iR35 and all its implications to hiring and compliance, our team continued to build on our product and strategise on how to deliver more for our community in a post-pandemic world. This was incredible to witness. These efforts were rewarded with 2021 being our biggest year yet and seeing 100% growth for the year.
How has the pandemic and the ‘great resignation’ impacted YunoJuno? Will these changes be permanent?
I think the “great resignation” falls into the category of problem versus symptom. But the problem, however devastating it has been to people all over the world, isn’t the pandemic though. The problem is that the labour market hasn’t responded adequately enough to people’s preferences in how they choose to work and pursue their careers.