All time worked solely in the office, but recently the opportunity arose to work remotely in another company. Interested in how the recruitment process? It is clear that interview but what's next? The employer puts a contract with the developer? Or need to register as a FOP? And is there control over working time by the same employer in the form of a tracker or something?
It all depends on the employer. Someone hires a contract, someone will sign a contract with you as a legal entity. It is better to ask the employer.
About the time control is rarely carried out. Most often the main indicator of your work - all tasks efficiently and on time. Sometimes, if hours worked depends on the amount of the invoice to the customer may include trackers or ask you every day to fill the hours of work on tasks.
Ask potential employer on interview, you much better answer, as it all works)) Because the interview does not obligate you work at it, if anything you will be uncomfortable or not like
reina.Stoltenberg86 answered on June 10th 19 at 16:08
Indeed, as said earlier - it all depends on the employer. Worked on several udalenka - everywhere is registered as a full-time employee. But occasionally you meet the job requirement to be a PI.
Two jobs tracker was present, which, frankly, strained. Anyway, was a fixed working day without free graphics, were tasks, deadlines, and daily reports for work - it was absolutely unclear, the presence of another and tracker. Besides, he worked specifically - if within five minutes no keystrokes of the keyboard or mouse - you were supposed to be gone from the workplace. In the end, while I sit and think over a task, piece of code etc. - had to periodically pull the mouse. Probably why I long for these jobs are not delayed )
earl.Weissnat answered on June 10th 19 at 16:10
How does the hiring process for freelance work?
Obviously, this question can be answered only by the employer and no one else.
Therefore, it is necessary to ask the employer.
Chadrick.Schimmel answered on June 10th 19 at 16:12
Depending on the employer. Sometimes issued FOP, sometimes work on a standard hire. Usually with the employer is even discussed in the interview.
The control operation may again be, or may not be.
samir39 answered on June 10th 19 at 16:14
A friend of mine about a year ago settled on udalenku. Held remote interviews via Skype. He said that it fits. He flew to the city of the employer signed the necessary documents, passed labor and flew back home. With supervisor and colleagues communicate via Skype. Receives tasks in Jira. Commits in Networks. Control by employer no, you only need to do the job within the deadline.
georgianna.Quigl answered on June 10th 19 at 16:16
He is not faced with control on remote, but have heard stories that this happens.
Mainly just focus on how quickly you solve the problem, in General, team lead or PM is your quality control)
On registration as above wrote every employer prepares the employment relationship in different ways, someone can completely in the "envelope" generally to give, and for someone meeting for the contract required.