Excellent freelancers with an annual income of 8 million yen or more consider full commitment to one company, and besides “compensation”, they emphasize “personality of managers and executives” next to “freedom of work style and working hours”

Piece to Peace Co., Ltd.
Excellent freelancers with an annual income of 8 million yen or more consider full commitment to one company, and besides “compensation”, they emphasize “personality of managers and executives” next to “freedom of work style and working hours”
-Others include “sympathy for the corporate philosophy”-

Piece to Peace Co., Ltd., which operates CARRY ME
(https://carryme.jp/lp002/0826_serch_marketing/, hereinafter referred to as Carry Me), which provides a matching service between companies and outsourced “professional personnel” who are mainly active in the marketing field. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director: Ryo Osawa) has conducted a survey on freelance
full-commitment awareness among 105 freelancers with an annual income of 8 million yen or more.
Piece to Peace Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Ryo Osawa) has conducted a survey on freelance full-commitment awareness among 105 freelancers with an annual income of 8 million yen or more.
■Survey summary
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■Survey overview
Survey overview: Survey on freelance full commitment awareness Survey method: Internet survey planned by IDEATECH’s research PR “Resapie (R) ︎” Survey period: October 13, 2022 to October 14, 2022
Valid responses: 105 freelancers with an annual income of 8 million yen or more *Composition ratios are rounded off to the second decimal place, so the total does not necessarily add up to 100.
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1 Please cite the name “Carry Me” as the source of the information. 2 When using on a website, please set the following link as the source. URL: https://carryme.jp/lp002/0826_search_marketing/
■ More than 40% of the reasons for switching to freelancing were “I wanted to work at my own discretion” and “I wanted to work freely”. When asked “Q1. Please tell me why you changed from a company employee to a freelancer. (Multiple answers)” (n = 105), 41.9 said, “I wanted to work at my own discretion.” 40.0% answered that they wanted to work freely, and 31.4% answered that they expected an increase in income. [Image 2d27296-19-ce3569030cd49775d972-3.jpg&s3=27296-19-f9d3e3f9bface5e674461dc4dc915477-1200x800.jpg
・ Because I wanted to work at my own discretion: 41.9%
・ Because I wanted to work freely: 40.0%
・ Because income was expected to increase: 31.4%
・ Because I wanted to test my skills and abilities: 21.9%
・ Because I was dissatisfied with human relations at the company: 17.1% ・Because I was dissatisfied with the company culture and business policy: 14.3% ・ I have not experienced a company employee: 12.4%
・ Family circumstances such as nursing care and childcare: 9.5% ・Effect of illness or injury: 4.8%
・Other: 1.0%
・I don’t know/can’t answer: 1.9%
■ 64.8% of freelancers have transactions with multiple companies When asked “Q2. How many companies do you currently do business with?” . [Image 3d27296-19-2298984a0bd418471568-9.png&s3=27296-19-e3875f90227d43a6e00d63d1d4e532bc-1200x800.png
・ 1 company: 20.9%
・ 2 to 3 companies: 20.0%
・ 4 to 5 companies: 20.0%
・ 6 to 7 companies: 8.6%
・ 8 to 9 companies: 1.9%
・More than 10 companies: 14.3%
・I don’t know/can’t answer: 14.3%
■ While there are opinions such as “income stability” and “acquisition of social credibility” as issues with freelance work styles, more than 30% answered that they “have no issues.”
“Q3. Please tell us if there are any issues you currently feel about working as a freelancer. (Multiple answers)” (n = 105), 25.7% said, “Income is not stable.” 20.0% answered that it was difficult to gain social trust, and 17.1% answered that back-office work such as accounting was complicated.
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・ Unstable income: 25.7%
・Difficult to gain social trust: 20.0%
・ Back office work such as accounting is complicated: 17.1%
・ Difficult to get a job: 15.2%
・ I don’t know if my skills are improving: 13.3%
・ Unable to get deeply involved in the business: 8.6%
・ There is no opportunity to interact with others: 7.6%
・The ordering skill of the company is low: 6.7%
・ Treated roughly by business partners: 5.7%
・Other: 3.8%
-45 years old: The hardest time to start as a freelancer
-42 years old: business succession
– 39 years old: My concentration
・There are no issues that I feel: 33.3%
・I don’t know/can’t answer: 5.7%
■ There are also other issues such as “If you don’t be strict with yourself, your life will be disrupted” and “Insurance, taxes, and other procedures are troublesome.”
For those who answered other than “I don’t feel any issues” or “I don’t know/can’t answer” in Q3, I asked them, “If there are any issues you feel about working as a freelancer other than what you answered in Q4.Q3, (free answer)” (n=64), 41 responses were received, such as “If you don’t be strict with yourself, your life will be disrupted” and “Insurance, taxes, and other procedures are troublesome.” is ready. -Free answer/partial excerpt-
・ 46 years old: If you don’t be strict with yourself, your life will be easily disrupted.
・ 47 years old: Insurance, taxes and procedures are troublesome. ・ 48 years old: Time management is difficult.
・50 years old: Maintaining energy.
・ 47 years old: I am always worried about whether I can continue in the future. ・53 years old: If you have to rest due to illness, injury, etc., your income will decrease significantly with income compensation insurance. ・ 39 years old: Unit price negotiation.
・ 43 years old: Private and work become confused.
■ 79.4% of those who have transactions with multiple companies are not considering full commitment to one company in the future
For those who answered other than “1 company” or “I don’t know/can’t answer” in Q2, we asked “Q5. Are you considering making a full commitment to one company in the future?” (n=68) By the way, 14.7% answered that they were “considering” and 79.4% answered that they were “not considering”.
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・ Considering: 14.7%
・ Not considering: 79.4%
・I don’t know/can’t answer: 5.9%
■ In addition to remuneration, more than 20% of respondents emphasized “freedom of working style and working hours” and “good character of managers and executives” as conditions for considering full commitment to one company.
For those who answered “not considering” in Q5, please tell us “Q6. Other than the expected increase in remuneration, under what conditions would you consider a full commitment to one company? Please tell us what applies. (multiple answers allowed)” (n=54), 24.1% answered “Freedom of work style and working hours”, 20.4% answered “Good character of management and executives”, and “Company 14.8% answered that they can sympathize with the philosophy.
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・ Flexible work style and working hours: 24.1%
・Personality of managers and officers: 20.4%
・Able to sympathize with the corporate philosophy: 14.8%
・ Close communication with management and executives: 13.0%
・ Managers have skill and foresight: 11.1%
・ Leading to further career advancement: 11.1%
・Working employees are excellent: 7.4%
・ The welfare program is substantial: 7.4%
・ Being deeply involved in the business as a member of the organization: 5.6% ・Other: 3.7%
・ There are no conditions other than the expected increase in remuneration: 7.4% ・ Do not consider under any conditions: 29.6%
・I don’t know/can’t answer: 9.3%
■ Other conditions such as “matching what you want to do and the work content” and “no worries about the contract being terminated” For those who answered anything other than “There are no conditions other than the expectation of an increase in remuneration,” “I will not consider any conditions,” or “I don’t know/can’t answer,” in Q6, “Other than what you answered in Q7.Q6.” In addition, if there are any conditions that would trigger you to consider making a full commitment to one company, please let me know. We were able to obtain 15 responses, such as “I don’t have to worry about my contract being terminated.”
-Free answer/partial excerpt-
・ 60 years old: What I want to do and the work content match. ・53 years old: There is no worry that the contract with the company will be terminated.
・48 years old: Time is flexible.
・ 59 years old: Increased income with the same amount of work. ・ 47 years old: Whether that one company is worthy of trust. ・47 years old: Working hours are short.
・ 52 years old: If it is a piece rate system.
・47 years old: I don’t think I’m very attractive.
■On the other hand, 54.5% of the respondents said that the reason for doing business with only one company was “because of the favorable working conditions and working hours.”
For those who answered “1 company” in Q2, I asked “Q. Please tell me the reason why you are fully committed to trading with one company. (Multiple answers)” (n = 22), ” 54.5% answered “Because the working conditions and working hours are good”, 13.6% answered “Because I can sympathize with the corporate philosophy”, 13.6% answered “Because the management and executives are of good character”, and “Because the compensation will increase”. The answer was 13.6%.
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・Because the working conditions and working hours are good: 54.5% ・ Because I can sympathize with the corporate philosophy: 13.6% ・Because the manager and executives have a good personality: 13.6% ・ Because remuneration will increase: 13.6%
・ Because I am deeply involved in the business as a member of the organization: 9.1%
・Because the employees of the business partner are excellent: 4.5% ・Because I can communicate closely with management and executives: 4.5% ・Because the manager has skill and foresight: 0.0%
・Because welfare is substantial: 0.0%
・Other: 4.5%
-53 years old: I am satisfied with my work
・I don’t know/can’t answer: 9.1%
■Summary
This time, we conducted a survey on freelance full-commitment awareness among 105 freelancers with an annual income of 8 million yen or more.
64.8% of freelancers are doing business with multiple companies, and about 15% of them answered that they are considering making a full commitment to one company in the future. In addition, it is clear that the conditions for considering a full commitment to one company will be not only remuneration but also “freedom of work style and working hours” and “good character of managers and officers”.
On the other hand, 54.5% of freelancers who only deal with one company cited “good working conditions and working hours” as the most common reason, and the greatest advantage of freelancing is “freedom in working conditions and working hours.” It turns out that it is thought that there is.
It seems that there is a tendency to contract with multiple companies as a reality of freelancers who have achieved high income. In recent years, it is easy for mismatches to occur in hiring excellent human resources with high annual salaries, and not a few companies are struggling to hire them as full-time employees. Uka If conditions such as work style, flexibility of working hours, and sympathy with the corporate philosophy are met, the possibility of being fully committed to excellent, ready-to-work personnel that cannot be met through mid-career recruitment will increase.
■ What is Carry Me?
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“Carry Me” operated by us is a service that supports the introduction and utilization of “professional contracts” where individuals commit to results and work under outsourcing contracts based on the concept of “professional contracts in the business world”. .
We are particularly strong in the marketing field, and as measures such as advertising operations, SNS, SEO, owned media, videos, public relations / PR, etc. are diversifying and becoming more sophisticated, we are recruiting marketing professionals with a wealth of skills and achievements from strategy to practical work. You can assign it with the volume you want.
At Carry Me, there are an increasing number of cases in which professional human resources are converted to full-time employees at the request of both parties after outsourcing operations, and cases in which they are appointed as executives and CXOs.
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We also use professional contracts at our company, and for the first two years after the launch of the business, we have no regular employees and the team consists of only professional personnel (outsourcing). From 2017 to 2018, 10 outsourced professionals and 1 full-time employee achieved a 7-fold increase in sales, and in 2019, a total of more than 130 million yen from the Persol Group and Mr. Keisuke Honda of HONDA ESTILO Co., Ltd. Conducted fund raising. In 2022, we will raise a total of about 350 million yen as a series B round, and now the business has grown to more than 10,000 registered users.
■ About Piece to Peace Co., Ltd.
Established in 2009 with the philosophy of “Piece (small power of individuals) to create Peace (great power)”. Representative Director Osawa believes that the value of an excellent individual depends on the previous values ​​of “regular employee” and “lifetime employment”, and “how to work” and “determine work content, time, place, etc. by yourself”. While the values ​​are changing to seek self-reliant careers, the values ​​of companies are sticking to hiring full-time employees and not utilizing professional human resources despite the fact that they are facing a sharp decline in the working population. In 2016, he officially launched Carry Me.
Trade name: Piece to Peace Co., Ltd.
Established: September 2009
Capital: 471.5 million yen (including capital reserve)
*In 2019, we raised a total of 130 million yen or more from Persol Group and Mr. Keisuke Honda of HONDA ESTILO Co., Ltd. In 2022, we will raise a total of 350 million yen as Series B round.
Location: 8F Nagatacho Glass Gate, 2-16-9 Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0093
Representative Director: Ryo Osawa
Company HP: https://piecetopeace.co.jp/
Business description: Support business for professional contracts in the business world “Carry Me”
https://carryme.jp/lp002/0826_search_marketing/
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