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Remote jobs can be employee-based jobs or freelance jobs, depending on how the employer sets up the role. If you’re a remote employee, you’ll work virtually as a staff member for a company. Remote independent contractors or freelancers contract with a business and then work virtually.
Both remote employees and remote freelancers work remotely, so what are the differences?
Remote employee jobs are subject to the same laws regarding benefits provision that traditional brick-and-mortar companies abide by. If a company provides its in-office employees with health insurance, 401(k) plans, vacation and sick time, and other similar benefits, those benefits should be available to the remote employees as well. Freelance workers (whether they’re remote or not) are responsible for their own benefits.