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A compliant independent contractor agreement for hiring in Turkey

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Country specific hiring info

A compliant independent contractor agreement for hiring in Turkey

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Hey, we’re Thera: The platform built for hiring and paying contractors, all over the world. We’ve got locally-compliant contracts in more than 150 countries—written to comply with local contracting laws in places like Turkey.

The good news: Thera’s free until you pay your first contractor. So, grabbing your contractor agreement costs you a grand total of $0. Hit the button below to pick up your locally-compliant contract in Turkey. It takes all of 2 minutes to sign up.

Answering all your questions about independent contractor agreements in Turkey

You probably have questions. We’re here to answer them. Below, you’ll learn all the extra stuff you should probably know before putting together an independent contractor agreement for Turkey.

Why do I need an independent contractor agreement in Turkey?

An independent contractor agreement will help you start your collaboration with utmost transparency, and also end it fairly and on a good note. It covers project responsibilities like the payment amount and method, job requirements, and also due dates and schedules. Without it, project details (like scope and payment) can get muddied, which isn’t fun for you—or your contractor.

So having a valid contractor agreement is an important place to start—especially if you’re hiring a remote worker in a foreign country. You don’t want to risk both your project and a potentially great working relationship.

What do contractor agreements in Turkey typically need to have?

Every contractor agreement in Turkey (and, the rest of the world) can be broken up into two parts:

  • Contract-specific variables: This includes things like scope of work, rate, and deadline. They’re the project-specific variables that you’ll include with each contract, and are totally dependent on what type of work you’re hiring a contractor to do.
  • Everything else: Besides things like scope and deadline, every independent contractor agreement in Turkey should follow a similar structure. If you want to grab your own contract with a compliant structure for Turkey, sign up to Thera
What makes contractors different from employees in Turkey?

So, when you hire a Turkish talent, you need to decide the nature of your working relationship. There are two main paths: hiring them as a contractor or as an employee. Each comes with its own pros and cons, but more often than not, especially when hiring abroad, people choose to go with contractors. The onboarding process is simple, it costs way less, and your agreement ends up being way more flexible.

Here are a few of the key things that make contractors different from employees in Turkey:

  • Contractors can set their own schedules
  • Contractors can work with their own software and tools 
  • Contractors can work for other clients 
  • Contractors rarely receive benefits, like health insurance*

Hiring contractors is the faster, cheaper, more flexible way to hire abroad. And, when you use Thera, you’re able to hire & pay with an employment-like experience—no more messy spreadsheets and manual wire transfers.

*With Thera, you can get your contractors access to sign up for premium global health insurance, from SafetyWing, at a 50% discount.

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