Pay & manage your global contractors
What is your total monthly payout to contractors?
|Hiring & Onboarding|
|Contract templates & localisation|
|Tax / 1099 filing|
|Agent of Record services|
|Work orders / project collaboration|
|Contractor contact book & searchable directory|
Frequenty asked questions
As a Manager I see a Project that I cannot seem to access, why is that?
You probably are the Organization Creator, so you have an overview of all project names and deadlines. However, you will only be able to access the ones you have been invited into.
Who can approve worksheets?
Any manager that is involved in a project can approve a worksheet.
What do you mean by project collaboration?
Freelancers are not all "gig workers". We know that you often have teams of freelancers working for you on ongoing projects. We allow Managers to subdivide tasks, chat within the context of projects and share material.
Can project deadlines be extended?
Of course! You have full flexibility!
When do freelancers get paid?
Unless you qualify for payment credit, freelancers are paid after we receive payment from you. We issue our invoices on the 15th and the end of the month. Depending on how quickly we receive the payment from you freelancers could get paid within 24hrs.
What is Contractor Management?
Modern businesses need the ability to scale up or down with expert or specialist skills. Contractors offer on-demand support without the inflexibility of full-time contracts.
However, mismanaging contract workers can put workers at risk and expose the organization to compliance, commercial and legal risk. If you don’t have the right system in place you might start missing deadlines and budgets could get out of hand. Worse, KYC documents might not be stored securely and client data could be lost or compromised.
The right contractor management solution mitigates these risks and reduces unnecessary admin and stress.
How does Contractor Management Work?
The first job is to set expectations for both employer and supplier. These obligations should be clearly set out in a legal agreement, reducing the likelihood of future disputes.
At the very least, these terms should set out when and where the work will be done, and how and when payments will be made. The agreement should also set out who is responsible for ensuring compliance around contracts and other legal paperwork.
Having all this in place will simplify processes like multi-currency payments and contractor onboarding. It will also help build good, long-lasting working relationships between both parties.