General questions about CodersLink.
What happens if the developer is not up to my work standards? What are my options?
We’re never happy when this happens, but we understand that sometimes things don't pan out the way they are planned. If you feel that your developer is not performing the way he should, we ask that you provide a 30 day notice to CodersLink as well as to notify the developer.
Feedback is super important for us, so if you could let us know why the developer did not work we will make sure to notify him and use that to enhance our own service.
After the fact we can gladly help you find a replacement during that time so you can make a seamless hand-off and continue working on the technologies of tomorrow!
What are the benefits for hired developers?
We provide them with:
Medical Insurance Stipend
Quarterly Bonus Based On Performance
Programming Certifications and Courses Stipend
Discounts on Software Tools
What about vacations for developers? Are they paid? Who pays for those?
Developers get a week’s worth of vacations and CodersLink pays for them. We do ask for developers to provide with a month’s worth of notice when traveling and going on vacation.
Parting ways with hired employees
How different is CodersLink from Toptal?
Is this a freelance job portal?
How do companies get started with CodersLink?
How long does it take to hire?
What types of engagements does CodersLink have?
Details on payments, contracts and free trials
Are there any upfront costs?
Is there a free trial?
How often do I pay?
Who do I sign a contract with and pay?
Information around the testing and screening process on CodersLink
Can I interview them?
How do I ensure they have the right level of english?
We have an internal pre-vetting process where we have an english interview, a behavioral interview, reference checks and a personality test.
How do you know they have the right skills and experience for my positions?
What screening process does CodersLink have to vet engineers in its network?
Day-to-day management of remote engineers hired through CodersLink.
Will developers be working for me or CodersLink?
How does CodersLink mitigate the risks of working with remote developers?
What happens if I don’t like the developer?
What benefits do you offer to developers?
About the tech talent available in the CodersLink talent pool.
Where are developers located?
What type of talent is available with CodersLink?
Information about the Latin American tech talent region.
Why hire Latin American talent?
Are you fully compliant with labor laws and regulations?
How CodersLink helps its partners protect their IP.
Who owns the legal rights to the work created by a CodersLink engineer?
How do we ensure that our IP is protected?
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