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Start by browsing the open Tasks in the Treamer app. When you find a suitable task, apply for the task and wait for the employer’s response. If needed, see our user guide for more information.
Read the task description carefully before applying. Are you the right person for the job? Remember to check the task schedule and note that you cannot apply for several tasks with conflicting schedules.
Facebook login allows us to properly identify our users. This is important because the Treamer service involves financial transactions, such as wage payments. We also use Facebook to get your basic profile information ready for you. If you want, you can modify your Treamer profile by changing your profile picture, for example.
Treamer will pay the employee’s salary within 14 days after the employer has made the task payment through the Treamer app. The payment is made to the employee’s bank account.
If you feel the payment is delayed for too long, please contact the employer (the task creator) or the Treamer service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. You can define the final sum when making the payment in the Treamer app. When making the payment, the app will ask you for the actual working hours spent for the task. This allows you to change the payment sum.
Taxes and employee fees (see above) have been deducted from the sum payable on your account. The Treamer service processes the taxes and fees automatically for you.
The service fee is used for running and developing the Treamer service. The employer pays the service fee as part of the total cost for the task. You can see the exact amount of service fee when creating your task.