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MyRemoteTeam is a payment platform that helps employers pay their teams of remote employees, contractors, and freelancers. The platform also allows you to hire developers, designers, accountants, mobile developers, and virtual assistants. While the site works best for hiring remote workers, employers can specify if they want to hire from a certain location.
Companies in Australia should consider using MyRemoteTeam because the platform dashboard is user-friendly, the job posting process is easy and convenient, and employers are assigned 'hiring experts' for support and guidance.
However, job posts are limited to the platform, and only registered professionals will see them. It is unclear how many of the candidates live in Australia, so if you want to hire locally, the site might not be the right fit for your purposes.
Based on MyRemoteTeam's social media profiles and a complete lack of reviews or mention anywhere, the platform has a tiny presence in the remote hiring space.
- The hiring process is easy and user-friendly.
- A hiring expert works with you when you post a job.
- You can manage projects, contracts, payments, and invoices from your profile dashboard.
- You can hire professionals from anywhere in the world or a specific location.
- Phone and email support offered.
- MyRemoteTeam screens candidates before registration.
- Posting a job is more affordable than SEEK.
- MyRemoteTeam offers access to better quality candidates than SEEK and Jora.
- Employers can hire from a limited range of professionals only.
- Job posts are only available to registered freelancers.
- MyRemoteTeam has a very small social media footprint.
- FlexJobs has more job categories.
- Jora and SEEK are better options for hiring locally.
How to Post a Job for a Developer on MyRemoteTeam:
Eight easy steps for posting a job on MyRemoteTeam.
Posting a job on MyRemoteTeam.
Click on "Hire Developers" on the home page.
You will find this in the top banner of the MyRemoteTeam home page.
Click "Hire Now."
You will find this on the next page to the left.
Select the remote resource you need.
On the next page, you can choose a category from developer, designer, accountant, mobile developer, or virtual assistant.
We chose "developer" for our example.
Select the type of project you are hiring for.
You can choose an option from "I have a new project" or "I have an existing/ongoing project".
We chose a new project for our example, but both options take you to the same next step.
Select your payment method.
MyRemoteTeam gives you the option of paying a fixed or hourly rate. Enter the amount you are willing to pay and click "Next."
Complete the next step.
The next step differs depending on your payment option. If you chose a fixed rate, you will now need to choose whether you want a developer from a remote or specific location.
If you chose an hourly rate, you will need to specify the hours-per-week availability you need. Then you will move on to the location options.
We will continue our example using the hourly rate option and the remote working option. However, both location options will take you to the next step.
Describe the specific skills you're looking for.
In the next step, you will need to describe your project and the specific skills you need.
Provide your details.
On the next page, you will need to enter your name, work email, phone number, skype handle, and a password to create an account on MyRemoteTeam. Click "Submit & Proceed" when you are done. A hiring expert will contact you to discuss your project further.
MyRemoteTeam vs. FlexJobs:
FlexJobs is a trusted platform for hiring remote workers of high quality and can be used for free. Employers are given access to resume searches, data analytics tools, and can hire candidates from within 60 job categories. MyRemoteTeam offers fewer features and options and only offers five categories.
MyRemoteTeam vs. Jora:
Jora has a large reach and offers free and paid job posting options. The global platform features thousands of remote opportunities based in Australia, suggesting companies there trust Jora to find their next hires. MyRemoteTeam is more targeted and will save you time by connecting you with pre-vetted, top-class professionals.
MyRemoteTeam vs. SEEK:
If you’re hiring locally, SEEK is the better bet. While it is more expensive than most local sites, it attracts millions of job seekers a month, is well-established in Australia, offers many features, and is easy to use. For a more targeted, global approach, and for managing your team once you've built it, MyRemoteTeam is better.
How do I create a MyRemoteTeam account?
Go to MyRemoteTeam and click on "Sign Up" at the top right corner of the homepage, or sign up directly here.
How can I find the best freelancers on MyRemoteTeam?
You invite and add freelancers and contractors. MyRemoteTeam is a payment site that helps you pay your remote workforce from one place.
How do I contact MyRemoteTeam support?
You can email MyRemoteTeam at email@example.com, or phone them at 1 (760) 284-3370.