23. July 2019. | Author: letsnearshore

How to Know What To Pay For a Freelance Developer?

Negotiating with a freelancer about money can be quite confusing, especially if you’ve never done it before. Contract-based work is so different to working with coworkers and employees. While cost is obviously one of the most important factors of a project, it shouldn’t be the most important one, as it is highly relative.
#itprofessional #hiring
23. July 2019. | Author: letsnearshore

How to build trust quickly with your freelancers?

Yeah, you’ve read that right.
Obviously, when you start working with freelancers, trust will be a key issue for you. How can you trust them? What are the ways to make sure the professional you work with is not a total waste of time?
#workingwithfreelancers #hiring
13. June 2019. | Author: letsnearshore

How to make most of the turmoil around Brexit?

Uncertainty is a form of crisis, and crisis is a form of opportunity. It is very likely that the coming months and maybe years will put an enduring strain on the UK job market, especially in IT. However, these challenges present the opportunity for a much-needed recruitment process overhaul. It’s all about adaptation to the trends of the global job market, pointing toward location-independence and a higher emphasis on contract-based work over traditional employment.
#brexit #labourmarket #hiring
20. May 2019. | Author: letsnearshore

How to hire the best IT contractor money can buy, and how to keep them?

Working with freelance contractors has its obvious risks. There are financial dangers, deadline issues and trust-based exposures which can create extreme vulnerabilities, especially in IT, where we work with data. However, hiring people who work remotely and/or contract-based can add a huge edge to your business. In many cases, experienced freelancers are simply better workers, because they are more efficient, and the financial requirements are often lower than keeping a permanent staff.
#itprofessional #remotework #workingwithfreelancers
20. May 2019. | Author: letsnearshore

Remote is becoming the new norm in IT work - facts and figures from a changing job landscape

Online remote work is on the rise. The freedom provided by broadband digital data networks is all the more desirable in a global environment where unemployment is turning into labor shortage on key markets and high skill professions, like Information Technology. This is not about unicorn millennials anymore - this is a vast, fundamental shift which presents a valuable business opportunity for those who can adapt to it, while being an existential threat to the companies who do not realize the consequences in time.
#remotework #futureofwork #gigeconomy
25. March 2019. | Author: letsnearshore

Let’s Nearshore and Beat the Slow and Redundant Recruiting Process in the IT sector!

Sometimes the stars align: there’s a new, special demand on the market, a company is researching for a proactive solution to a productivity problem, and suddenly, puzzle pieces combine. Global labour market trends and digital technologies trace out the obvious solution.
#aboutus #nearshoring
25. March 2019. | Author: letsnearshore

From SMS voting systems to realtime remote access

It’s 2019, and Freelancing is not for making ends meet until something better comes up anymore. Hungarian IT expert Árpád Vezse started working as a developer in the 90’s and never stopped being involved with the new, emerging technologies. His career is an interesting case study running from the first real mobile telecom company of the country to the newest, IT focused freelancer hub.
#itprofessional #biexpert #workingwithclients #remotework