iWorkGuru.co.uk is part of Mobileguru Limited and does not disclose user information to third parties, without your express permission.
These Policies were last updated on 2nd November 2014.
Your personal information will be processed by iWorkGuru.co.uk in order to fulfil the agreement with you, perform delivery of service etc. Furthermore, we will process your personal information for marketing of campaigns, offers, new products or services.
Cookies are used on this website to keep track of the contents of your transactions and activities while on site, to store your addresses if the address book is used and to store your details. Data collected by this site is used to;
a. Take and fulfil customer requests
b. Administer and enhance the site and service
c. Only disclose information to third-parties for service delivery purposes
Our Social Enterprise policy offers a simple solution to a global challenge tackling unemployment around the World. We connect entrepreneurs, freelancers and talented people with employers and businesses wanting things done. iWorkGuru is working in collaboration with BCPD Trust a UK based Charity to offer FREE Training, Fulfilment and other services.
iWorkGuru promises to donate 5% of annual profit to BCPD Trust which is a UK registered charity inspiring young people into Careers, Business and Sports. This will help the Trust expand their services Worldwide by developing FREE online Education and Skills training courses. You can also donate money to BCPD Trust directly by visiting their website bcpdt.org.uk.
There are millions and millions of people around the world with talents and skills but unable to find work. However Freelance companies are taking advantage by charging the very people who are struggling to find work.
This is why iWorkGuru charges no commissions to Freelancers wanting to work in the global market offering their talents and skills.
Social Policy Objectives
1. Help global Freelancers looking for work find work
2. Support FREE online Education and Skills training course development
3. Challenge Multinational freelancer websites to reduce their commissions