in reply to Re: Seeking Programmers.
in thread Seeking Programmers.
My bet is this one:
You need to have the funds to pay anyone you hire. A job where the payment solely consists of equity in a business venture or a share of the (expected) profits is not acceptable. In addition, a job where payment cannot be negotiated before work commences is also not acceptable. For short (< 1-2 months) contract jobs, you are expected to be able to pay for a project at its completion. For longer contract jobs, you are expected to pay at regular intervals. For salaried jobs, it is expected that the salary will be paid on a regular basis starting at the time of an employee's hire.
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