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d000hg
22nd December 2011, 10:59
Just signed a low rate but 100% remote working 5-monther with a Swedish company. Flexible and allows me to bring in some money to support my planB which is the main long-term aim, and lets me refresh on the Java side (been using C++ for the last 2-3 years).

norrahe
22nd December 2011, 11:00
top :banana:

SimonMac
22nd December 2011, 11:03
If you're happy, I am happy :banana:

MarillionFan
22nd December 2011, 11:14
Word of advice.

Buy a porn filter and randomly enter the password with your eyes closed.

d000hg
22nd December 2011, 11:33
Word of advice.

Buy a porn filter and randomly enter the password with your eyes closed.???

pmeswani
22nd December 2011, 12:52
???

Apparently, Sweden is known for its porn. :tired

MarillionFan
22nd December 2011, 13:04
???

The way I read your post is that you're working at home for a Swedish company.

russell
22nd December 2011, 13:14
I fancy working from home, is there a way to search jobserve etc for these types of roles?

northernladuk
22nd December 2011, 13:18
Are there options for getting someone else to do/help with this work for you and/or look for something else part time from home? Or does it require full time interaction?

Either way nice one. Just hope you get new slippers and bathrobe for the office from santa :D

d000hg
22nd December 2011, 14:05
The way I read your post is that you're working at home for a Swedish company.Correct. But I've been WFH since 2007 so it's no real change re: porn ;)


Are there options for getting someone else to do/help with this work for you and/or look for something else part time from home? Or does it require full time interaction?Mostly they want me specifically, some bits I already discussed with them I might sub out but it's also fairly flexible on hours worked so I'm hoping to work a longish week (50-60 hours) split maybe 50:50 for my client and on my plan B.

d000hg
22nd December 2011, 14:06
I fancy working from home, is there a way to search jobserve etc for these types of roles?I'll reply in your thread on this, in case anyone else missed it: http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/73887-working-home-jobbyserve.html