Why cooperate with us?
Give yourself flexibility in work and focus on your project, and we will take care of everything else.
Who can be an Independent Contractor? What is an Independent Contractor?
This term is often confused with the term Freelancer but there is actually a big difference. Freelancers and Independent Contractors work temporarily for organizations. They have greater financial and professional independence from the typical employee who receives a salary and benefits for online remote work - part-time or full-time work.Mostly IT professionals, designers, copywriters, artists, architects….
However, freelancers and independent contractors differ in several keyways:
|Additional benefits of being an Adecco employee
|Adecco as a formal employer offers all the benefits that you would have in a stable company such as application and employment contract, right to paid sickness leave, vacation for 20 days or more, on health and retirement insurance for yourself and for members of the whole family...
|Reliable partner in one place
|Adecco provides the support of our administrator who assumes the role of your personal HR. Our team will help you to provide any document related to your employment as needed (employment certificate, average income/ document for banks, annual income reports...)
|As an Adecco employee, you will eligible to apply for any bank product.
|Security of cooperation with Adecco
|All transactions, data and payments are protected. Our employees come first, so there's no room for any delays. We fully follow the law, so you will be fully paid for your work.
|The balance between private and business life
|Working hours are more like traditionally employed, usually 8 hours a day during the working week.
|Choice of location for work, socialization and working hours
|It can negotiate a work location for each project, sometimes with the option of working in Adecco offices with other colleagues.
|Equipment for work
|You can use your own equipment, but Adecco can provide it for you in agreement with the client you work for.
How to start a career as an independent contractor?
If you are ready to become an independent contractor, here are some practical steps to get you started:
Write a business plan
Be sure to include things like your rates, costs, and expected growth. Seriously consider hiring an expert at this stage so you can make a plan that is realistic and professional.
Separate personal and business banking
This makes it much easier to manage your accounts.
Insure your business
Professional damage and public accountability are usually important.
Choose a partner
Choose a reliable partner for business development and maintenance.
By getting a job at Adecco, you get the possibility of freelance tax relief. Calculate your income with and without tax deductions and get benefits of freelance services.
We here to help you find the best solutions for your online freelance remote work.
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