3 SIMPLE STEPS
Post jobs and invite workers to apply to your job post.
Message candidates and send job offers to the applicants you want to hire!
Pay staff with a click of a button from inside your account.
1) Post a job
2) Message applicants & interview them. (Live chat, call, video call. You decide.)
3) Click the “send offer" or "hire staff" button.
After you’ve hired staff, you can use our time tracker app. It’s optional and completely free to use.
You pay staff with the click of a button from inside your VirtualStaff.ph account, and we charge employers 0% payment processing fees for you to do it.
This article shows you step by step how to pay your staff.https://support.virtualstaff.ph/611728-How-to-Pay-Your-Staff
For the integrity of our marketplace and to ensure nobody has a bad experience, kindly report any person that asks you to do one of the following:
1. Pay them outside the platform
2. Pay them in advance of working.
Under no circumstances should you ever pay staff in advance of work.
It’s up to you. Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, whatever works best for you.
When you post a job and send a job offer, you’ll be asked when you would like to pay your staff.
It’s easy. You’ll see a section called “My Staff” within your employer dashboard. You can then choose to pay, message, or terminate your staff.
You can also directly terminate a staff from within our messaging system.
Here’s an article showing you how to terminate your staff.https://support.virtualstaff.ph/690125-How-to-Terminate-Your-Virtual-Staff
You do. It’s just like hiring local staff. The only difference is you save a lot of money because you’re hiring staff in the Philippines instead.
Yes. Once you’ve hired people, you can communicate inside or outside the platform.
As a safety measure, we’d recommend communicating with staff inside the platform about salary and work hours. Asides from that, do whatever works best for you and your business.
No. Your staff will not be legally entitled to any benefits from you. It’s, of course, up to you if you want to pay bonuses and reimbursements.