Apr 24 2012, 09:18 AM
Hello , from the employee side
pros: ability to work flexible hours
no out of pocket expense
working can mean giving a 5 second look to a page every 5 minutes.
cons : employer needs
Very variable payout for employee depending on the jobs given and the outcome
while the hours are flexible and you could even do this on the go with your iphone or whatever , you'd need to have access to internet data and messenger over the hours you decide to work.......
and the rest is yours.
There are question I can answer but there is no such thing as " giving you more info" be precise in what you wonder about !!
and YES I'm READY TO HIRE the minute we manage to frame adequate "terms and conditions" so have at it , tell me what you can do tell me what you won't do and bear in mind while I hope we'll make a profit it might not come straight and if there's a monetary loss I'll be the only one having to deal with it. Be fair in what you ask.
Apr 24 2012, 11:29 PM
I believe the fact that pay out in such cases is variable and the need for a reliable internet connection is not really a con; rather a reality of home based or online jobs. For the employee side, the savings you can get from traveling and doing other jobs in conjunction with this is a great help financially. It sorts of create a financial freedom without limitation on how much you can earn, but it absolutely depends on how much work are you willing to take and how much you can basically handle. On the employer's side not having to worry about office expenses is good, work taxes and insurances generally depends on the location of your employee. This in turn is a disadvantage for the employee if their country generally does not require insurances or anything as such. However come to think of it if you are living in a country where it isn't really a must; the fact that taxes are not mandatorily asked from you, it gives you enough savings to provide for your own insurance policies.