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    Default Remote work vs. signing an extension (and MoO)

    I'm aware that carrying on without a proper contract extension / new contract in place is considered MoO. Perhaps a silly question but what are people doing in terms of signing contracts when everyone is wfh? Wouldn't mind doing digital signatures, but I'm getting a feeling that client's HR isn't highly skilled in anything other than print / sing with a pen / scan. Is it enough to sign, take a photo and email over as proof of actually having a written contract in place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsc View Post
    I'm aware that carrying on without a proper contract extension / new contract in place is considered MoO
    No it's not.
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    Perhaps a silly question but what are people doing in terms of signing contracts when everyone is wfh? Wouldn't mind doing digital signatures, but I'm getting a feeling that client's HR isn't highly skilled in anything other than print / sing with a pen / scan. Is it enough to sign, take a photo and email over as proof of actually having a written contract in place?
    Print, sign, scan, send back. Difficult that.

    Where do you think people carried this task out before Covid?? I have been carrying the same steps as above for the last 10 years. What has changed with covid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    No it's not.
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    Print, sign, scan, send back. Difficult that.

    Where do you think people carried this task out before Covid?? I have been carrying the same steps as above for the last 10 years. What has changed with covid?

    Very odd question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    Not if you haven't got a printer/scanner
    I bought my scanner when XP was new... (still works!)

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    Use a surface pen, Apple Pencil, or your finger on a touch screen.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    Use a surface pen, Apple Pencil, or your finger on a touch screen.......
    Does it need to be your finger ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    Does it need to be your finger ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    I bought my scanner when XP was new... (still works!)
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