Gig Worker Poland

How can the Gig Economy work for Polish freelancers, digital nomads, contractors & gig workers?

gigexchange is an Polish Future of Work marketplace for Polish service providers to find & hire temporary, flexible remote & on-demand freelance, contracting & consulting work locally in Polish and globally.

We are founded & developed by gig workers of the NZ gig economy, we understand and care about your world. We have ensured we offer the lowest commission fees possible, so more money goes into ‘our’ back pockets.

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What is the gig economy in Poland?

The gig economy is a relatively new way of working in Poland. It enables Polish freelancers, contractors, remote workers, digital nomads or even Full Time Employees looking for a side hustle, to complete outcome based work assignments, rather than historical time based model (daily/hourly rate).

The Polish gig economy is opening up new work opportunities for different demographics. Such as students; stay at home parents; semi-retired; new migrants to a country; backpackers on work holidays.

Whether you are a freelancing copywriter in Auckland NZ, a web developer contractor in Brisbane Australia, a student in Toronto Canada or a backpacker travelling around the world, we have the Polish or global gigs for you.

Finding a Job in Poland

Can the Polish gig economy work for me?

  • Are you a Polish freelancer, contractor, consultant or digital nomad looking to expand your network in Poland or globally?
  • Are you unemployed in Polandand looking for additional income whilst looking for a permanent or full-time job?
  • Are you in employment, but looking for additional income as a side hustle or side gig?
  • Are you thinking of starting self-employed small Polish business but wanting to test the water first?
  • Are you looking for flexible working from home options in Poland to earn additional income whilst looking after the kids?
Gig Workers Why

Why the gigexchange gig economy service can work for you.

  • We provide a reputation service, validating your skills and honest, hard work
  • We provide financial security, ensuring you get paid for the work you complete
  • We provide the lowest gig economy fees in Poland and globally, because we understand and care
  • We provide a fair disputes policy
  • We provide a convenient Polish marketplace with a large pool of Polish businesses needing gigs completed
Gig Worker

How the gigexchange gig economy service works?

1. Apply for gigs that you can complete.

  • Work can be remote based or location specified
  • Gigs can be priced as negotiable or fixed price (non-negotiable) so you only work on what suits your needs

2. Sell yourself to win the gig

  • Chat privately explaining how you can help
  • Advise your fee and expected outcome with a negotiable gig
  • Accept the terms on a fixed price gig if meets your requirements

3. Win the gig.

  • Lock in the agree terms & fee
  • Money is withheld in Stripe escrow until completion to provide security & trust for both parties
  • Begin working on the gig

4. Work completed – Pay is Released and feedback provided

  • Notify when the work is completed
  • Money is released by satisfied party
  • Feedback given by both parties

Where can I find Gigs in Poland?

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes a great gig listing? arrow-right
The gig is a defined task, with a pre-determined outcome. If you ensure your scope of expected work is detailed, with a level of quality specified, this will reduce any miscommunication/misinterpretation when gig workers review.
Are gig workers verified? Can I trust them? arrow-right
All gig workers must be identity verified by Stripe when registering as a gig worker. This adds an additional level of trust to our platform. Because we offer a reputation service, you can also see all historical work conducted by the worker. This quickly builds trust within the marketplace, but also removes fraudsters and scammers. Any behaviour that breaches our platform standards results in those worker being removed from our platform.
How do I know I will be paid for my gig? arrow-right
Our leading payment provider will independently hold the money, for security and peace of mind for the gig worker, as well as a robust disputes policy and reducing fraud on the platform. Once you have completed the work, the gig lister will be notified and they will release payment once they are satisfied with the work completed, as outlined and agreed in the gig listing. For more information about pay in general, go to our Help Centre pay section
Can I modify the gig in-flight if the scope and/or pricing needs to change? arrow-right
If the gig was set as negotiate, then yes. For fixed price, no. When replying to a fixed price, you are accepting the terms and price set out in the gig. For more information, see our help centre gig section. Please note, any changes you make to the gig are additional and any price is additional to what has already been paid.
Why has money gone out immediately, before the gig work has been complete? arrow-right
Our leading payment provider will independently hold the money, for security and peace of mind for the gig worker, as well as a robust disputes policy and reducing fraud on the platform. You, the gig lister, control when the money is released after satisfactory completion of the work outlined. For more information about pay in general, see our pay section in the Help Centre
Why do I need to upload my passport or driving license? arrow-right
You are uploading this information to Stripe, so they can validate you, which in turn builds trust for potential customers. This enhances the payment framework and yourself as a result, building another tier of trust and reputation inside our marketplace.
What can and can’t be listed on the gigexchange? arrow-right
See our Terms of Service for further details.
I would like to partner with gigexchange, how do I do that? arrow-right
At the gigexchange, we are all about our customers. If you believe you can empower our customer’s win-win, then please contact us.

See here for more Help & Support questions