What's the difference between the workers on Outsourcely and the other services?

We found that overwhelmingly a high percentage of remote workers that were signed up to various sites as freelancers wanted full time and stable employment more than anything else. Sure they'd take whatever work they could get but what they wanted was a job they knew wasn't just a job but an actual career with a company they were vested in and could see themselves being a part of for years and years. You will find that the majority of the remote workers on our platform are looking for reliable long term employment, not short term freelance projects. This required employers that were like minded and understood that being an ocean apart didn't define stability and loyalty. Today we are bringing employers together with remote workers that understand this and the engagement process includes discussions about long-term partnerships. For our employers Outsourcely's focus has been on making sure we have the most efficient and effective platform for finding and engaging talent that genuinely fits the skills and qualifications they are looking for. Additionally, the number one concern we heard from employers was the reliability factor. We have taken this barrier head on and use a 3rd party work history verification system to ensure employers can, at the very least, review profiles that have a proven track record of reliability.

What's the process for finding, engaging and hiring a remote worker?

We've created the most efficient and effective system possible. We examined every other reputable platform out there and interviewed 1000s of employers and 1000s of remote workers to develop our system. You find your remote workers by searching for talent matches directly based on specific skill criteria and level of expertise and/or through job posting. You engage remote workers using our real-time communication features that consist of private messaging, voice calling and video calling as well as voice and video messaging. And finally, you hire your remote workers when you have completed a thorough interview process and established a clear agreement regarding expectations, pay rate, payment terms and work schedule.

How do I know I'm hiring the right remote worker?

If you use our platform the way it's been designed to be used and follow our formula for optimizing your selection process, you will most likely hire the right remote worker. It starts by ensuring the remote workers' profiles match the skill criteria you are seeking. Next is the initial engagement process. And finally, the interview process. All 3 of these phases play directly in to your success in hiring. Each phase must be done thoroughly for the process to work the way it is intended to work. We provide videos and blogs that break down keys to success in all 3 areas.

How much do I pay a remote worker and how do I pay them?

There is no set amount you pay your remote worker. Every remote worker displays their preferred monthly salary (in US dollars) within their profile. Some remote workers charge less than $5 per hour and others charge more. What every remote worker has in common is a desire to have a legitimate chance of securing a stable job and as a result, most are willing to negotiate their pay rate. As far as how you pay them – most remote workers have PayPal accounts. However, there are other payment options that your remote worker may tell you they'd prefer to use. Since you are the employer, we strongly encourage to use a payment system that you trust and that comes with tracking.

How do I know my remote worker is actually working?

There are tools available to you for tracking work in real time. We do not offer any at Outsourcely and don't propose or oppose them – we suggest you set up a system that both you and your remote worker(s) are comfortable with. Ultimately, remote workers (and any employees you have) are required to work or complete certain tasks daily, weekly and/or monthly. We find that employers who establish clear guidelines for when and how to review project/task progress and completion usually have a very solid grasp on whether or not their remote worker(s) is working. We also strongly encourage employers to set very clear guidelines for when their remote workers are expected to be online and available for communication with you and your team.

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