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Moving from Full Time Employee to Project Time Employee

We provide companies with an easy-to-use Project Time Employee model that helps them split job descriptions into core talent needs and makes remote employees feel a part of a company that shares their core values.

What is a Project Time Employee?

Companies today typically either hire full-time employees, part-time employees, or freelancers.

Full-time and part-time jobs are designed with clear, fully pre-written role descriptions that outline the tasks and responsibilities expected of the employee. Freelancers are often brought in on a case-by-case basis but yet never truly feel a part of the organization.

With Project Time Employees, companies can hire workers to fill specific skill gaps for a particular project. The project is split into parts, and we take an in-depth look at which exact skills and capabilities are required to complete the project. If a project is extremely diverse in its requirements, companies can benefit from hiring experts in each skill while keeping the fixed costs of employees low.

For example, a project may require:

  • IT developers to code their apps
  • A testing team
  • A UI or UX expert
  • Short-term coding knowledge
  • Technology-specific experts
  • Educating a junior employee to maintain new systems/technologies

It could be just a few hours a week or on an ongoing need depending on how other people have progressed, how well the sprints are planned, and how fast the schedule is moving forward.

The length of the contract can be agreed together with the expert and changed according to what the development work requires.


Hire expert talent remotely

With remote work increasingly becoming ingrained into today's company culture, and with technology making it easily accessible, hiring expert project-based employees from around the world is simple.

Our model also helps to ensure that Project Time employees are made to feel apart of the organization instead of just a resource. We help to facilitate the onboarding process, where companies and workers share their goals, needs, and expectations outside of the project.

When a project is done, companies can release a Project Time Employee to work on other projects or let these employees have the freedom to do what they would like with their time before starting something new. For companies, it is easy to replace skills in a new phase of the project with experts in a new area while keeping employment costs down. For Project Time Employees, if you live anywhere in the world and want control over how and when you work, there are no limits to your opportunity.

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