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comment How to go about working as a Contract/Consultant remotely
As for the not billing over 40, yes that's exactly the point, they want me to estimate my work and only allocate 40 hours per week for it.
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Thank you David for your suggestions. I don't see how I can be sued as a software developer though.
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Yes I think I'll have to travel back to my office on a regular basis (2 hours away by highway), I'd say on average once a week.
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Thanks Steven. The reason I got for the status change was that they want to deter other full-time employees from getting the same deal, as far as they're concerned its not easy to manage people when they work remotely. Do you mean look out for #1 where I mentioned I have a typical team?
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Thanks for the comments, to answer Aaronaught's question, this was a phone screening interview and the person asking the question was a senior developer.
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