FAQs

Do you hire worldwide?

Yes, we hire people from anywhere on the globe.
One of the advantages of being a remote company is that our talent pool spans the entire world. We are not restricted by geographic location, and this lets us build talented and diverse teams.

What is the employment agreement?

We can offer 2 types of employment, depending on your geographic location:

  • Regular employment if you are from Lithuania or The United States of America

  • Contractor agreement for the rest of the world. As independent contractors, you are responsible for paying your own income taxes, dependent upon the tax regulations and policies of your country’s tax jurisdiction. We recommend getting local tax advice to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

We’d like to highlight that everyone receives the same benefits regardless of their employment type.  

Can I work from anywhere in the world?

Yes, as long as you have a proper internet connection and you can manage to have 1-2 hours per day of overlap with your team.

How long does the hiring process take?

It should take approximately 1 month, however for certain reasons the process can take longer than that. In those cases, we’ll keep you updated every step of the way.

Can I reapply again after being rejected?

Yes, you can reapply for any new job opening after being rejected. We do have a few amazing colleagues who received an offer even after being rejected 3 times, which just goes to show that we all can learn from our experiences and do even better the next time.

How do you communicate with everyone working remotely?

We use Slack and video call meetings for communication.
People are encouraged to plan their workday according to their needs and block out "do not disturb" time whenever they need to fully focus. All we ask is that messages are checked within 24 hours. As a result, most of our communication is asynchronous. 

To make a remote team work, we also use online manuals, documentation, and work status updates on Slack. We use Slack for our daily communication. While Slack enables real-time conversations, we want to remain true to our asynchronous mindset and communicate accordingly, so team members don’t expect real-time answers all the time.

How do you handle the time zone differences?

We can manage the big time zone difference as long as we work together efficiently. This can be done through asynchronous communication, having online manuals/documentation, and working 1-2 hours of overlap with our team members. 

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