✔️ Step 1: Select the option "New hire" from the "Contracts" dropdown menu or from the homepage. To start, please click on "Create single contract" or "Create multiple contracts" if you want to create more than one contract at the same time.

✔️ Step 2: Choose the type of contract you want to create.


Results driven

Pay per task/time

Pay a fixed amount recurrently (monthly, biweekly o weekly).

Pay for a specific task or assignment delivered.

Pay a fixed rate for each hour/day worked or task/session performed.

✔️ Step 3: Select how you want the contractor to be hired.

Ontop signs

You sign

Ontop signs the contract on your behalf, while you keep control of the day-to-day operations related to the contractor.

Use our platform to set up an agreement, and sign your contract.

✔️ Step 4: Complete all the worker information:

  • Name and last name

  • Tax residency

  • Job area (Optional)

  • Job Title

  • Job description or responsabilities

✔️ Step 5: Now complete all the contract details information. If you have your own contract template you can upload it.

✔️ Step 6: The next step is to complete the Payment details:

  • How often do you want to pay: Weekly, Monthly, Twice per month

  • Payday

  • Payment currency

  • Worker’s payment amount

✔️ Step 7: Now you will be able to see all the information filled up previously to review it and sign the contract. You must to click on "Review contract and Sign"

✔️ Step 8: Here you can read the contract and type the signature, then click on "Sign contract"

✔️ Step 9: Finally, you must send the invitation email to the worker in order to they can sign the contract and create the account. (Don't forget to let the workers know that they must create the account with the same email that you sent the invitation).

Congratulations, you have made it! 🚀

Keep in mind that you can visualize all your contracts in the option "Contract list" from the "Contracts" dropdown menu.

If you have further questions, feel free to contact our support team via chat 😊

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