Hiring a Full-Time Remote Software Developer using Distro
Ideal Customer: Technology company with intent to grow product and engineering teams
Goal: To find and hire a full-time remote software developer to work on the company’s product.
- The technology company has an active Distro account.
- The company has defined the job requirements and preferences for the software developer role.
- The company has set a budget for the monthly payroll.
Flow of events:
- The technology company logs into its Distro account.
- The company creates a new job description for the software developer role and specifies the job requirements, preferences, and budget.
- Distro matches the company with several qualified candidates from its global network of remote workers.
- The company reviews the candidate profiles, reviews their portfolios and resumes, and selects a few candidates for further evaluation.
- The company conducts remote interviews with the selected candidates and makes a final decision on the candidate to hire.
- The company extends an offer to the selected candidate and the candidate accepts the offer.
- Distro handles the full onboarding process for the new hire, including setting up the payroll, handling the necessary paperwork, and providing resources and support to the new hire.
- The company begins working with the new software developer and Distro handles the monthly payroll expenses.
Postcondition: The technology company has successfully hired a full-time remote software developer to work on its product. The most common outcome is that customers can have someone hired within 10 days and save 30% or more on salaries compared to those hired only in the United States.
This use case demonstrates how Distro can help technology companies find and hire remote workers in a streamlined and efficient manner. By using Distro, the company can access a global pool of qualified candidates, save time on the hiring process, and simplify the payroll process.
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