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Working for a Company through goLance

Company accounts can be set up within goLance to create a unique ecosystem for an employer, their staff, and their team of freelancers. Freelancers that work for a company can be classified as exclusive or non-exclusive freelancers. The difference is that exclusive freelancers can only work for one company can not participate in any other companies or contracts. 

A member of a company can apply for jobs, work and earn money from other clients on behalf of the company. Please note that any review feedback gained by this freelancer will affect the company as well.

Company processes on goLance:

Job Proposals

Agencies and their members can decide how to best proceed with agency contracts.  All agency members can submit proposals. Business Managers can also submit proposals on behalf of any agency freelancer. Only business managers can accept an offer, which means they will need them to take action to accept before you can work for a client.


Your company's managers can edit contract terms. Both you and your manager can submit milestones on fixed-price contracts, but only you can log time on your hourly contracts. All contracts are paid into the agency’s collective financial account balance.

Getting Paid

When you work for an agency, all contract earnings are paid to the agency's financial account. Please talk to your agency about how they will pay you.

Updated on: 02/10/2020

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