If I want to hire an editor to manage the blog for my ad-driven website, how much should the pay be if it's full-time? What about part-time? Other than creating and managing content, managing writers (and bringing on new ones), and promoting the blog and the site on social media, is there anything else I should list in a online editor's duties? [more inside]
I interviewed for a remote programming gig recently, and they requested a trial contract before making a final offer. I'd be hired as a long-term remote contractor (year+, 100% telecommuting), not an employee. I have some questions: [more inside]
How much should I get paid as an inexperienced programmer doing Java web development for a US government contractor? I’m clueless. [more inside]
The short: I've been laid off, but the company wants me to come back as a contractor to finish up a few projects. And I want to finish them.
How much money do I ask for as a contractor?
Of course, the details are inside. [more inside]
I wowed folks at my job interview for the full-time position being a webmaster / graphic designer / marketer. But they want me as a contractor first due to the economy. Thoughts on compensation? [more inside]
I believe my company, a government contractor, is using alot of grey areas in their employee time cards to get away with paying as little as possible. For example, I am listed with them as "salary", which by my understanding would mean I get x amount of payment per pay period. However, they still have everyone fill out a time card, and pay us per the hours we have worked. [more inside]
Contractor filter: I need to figure how much I am actually getting paid. I have a feeling I'm getting the shaft on my pay. [more inside]