What NYC’s “Freelance Isn’t Free Act” Means for You (EFA Member Free Exclusive)


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"The FIFA is a local
New York City law that protects the labor rights of freelance workers. Come learn all about it." —Mohammed Kibria, instructor
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The “Freelance Isn’t Free Act” (FIFA) is a law passed by the New York City Council in 2016 that protects the labor rights of freelance workers. If you live in New York City or perform freelance work for companies there—including many major U.S. publishers—then you’re protected by this act, which establishes the right to a written contract, timely and full payment, and protection from retaliation. In this free one-hour presentation given exclusively for EFA members, Mohammed Kibria will explain exactly what FIFA means for your freelance editing business.

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Mohammed Kibria is a Community Affairs Associate in the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection.

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