contracts or gigs

Whatever you’re looking for — we’ve got it. Everyone deserves to work the way they want to. Cocoroco ensures you can.

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how contracts work

 

Cocoroco was built to provide you with a solid, fair contracting process.

That way, you get to work knowing you’re legally protected. Contracting begins once a company makes you a job offer you accept. After which, you’ll sign your contract and onboarding will begin.

why contracts?

Gain the security of a steady job, knowing how much money is coming in and when.

 

Contracts are for the benefit of you and the brands you could be working for. They create a secure working ecosystem while keeping everyone on the same secure and transparent page.

negotiations

We ensure you get the best rates possible, compliant with local market standards.

When a company has chosen their desired candidates, our payroll provider will ensure everyone gets a good deal. Once the client agrees on a rate, we’ll make you an offer as a written proposal. Then, you can review the offer and see if it works for you.

preparations

Prepare for your exciting new job opportunity in advance.

You’ll sign your contract through our trusted payroll provider. Before you sign, read the contract carefully. Then, consider the offer before accepting it and ask questions if you need to. If you’re happy with the offer, it’s time to sign.

signatures

You only need to sign one contract.

Employee contracts map out your commitments decided by the company and our payroll provider. They’ll outline your tenure, rates, and potential benefits. Best part — you can sign them on your phone or computer.

onboarding

Onboarding to make you the best of the best.

While not technically part of the contracting process, onboarding begins when signing ends. Onboarding depends on the company hiring you but usually includes platform, workspace, and work environment training. Once done, you’re ready to go.

gigs are jobs too

If full or part-time positions aren’t for you, we do gigs, too.

In the world of remote work, contracts only work for some. If you’re looking for a temporary job, the Cocoroco platform has plenty of gigs to choose from.

negotiations

We ensure you get the best rates possible, compliant with local market standards.

When a company has chosen their desired candidates, our payroll provider will ensure everyone gets a good deal. Once the client agrees on a rate, we’ll make you an offer as a written proposal. Then, you can review the offer and see if it works for you.

preparations

Prepare for your exciting new job opportunity in advance.

You’ll sign your contract through our trusted payroll provider. Before you sign, read the contract through carefully. Then, consider the offer before accepting it and ask questions if you need to. If you’re happy with the offer, it’s time to sign. 

signatures

You only need to sign one contract.
Employee contracts map out your commitments decided by the company and our payroll provider. They’ll outline your tenure, rates, and potential benefits. Best part — you can sign on your phone or computer.

onboarding

Onboarding to make you the best of the best.

While not technically part of the contracting process, onboarding begins when signing ends. Onboarding depends on the company hiring you, but usually includes platform, workspace, and work environment training. Once done, you’re ready to go.

gigs are jobs too

If full or part-time positions aren’t for you, we do gigs, too.

In the world of remote work, contracts only work for some. If you’re looking for a temporary job, the Cocoroco platform has plenty of gigs to choose from.

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