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Freelancer Onboarding & Payments - The Employer Guide
Freelancer Onboarding & Payments - The Employer Guide
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Written by Ria
Updated over a week ago

Multiplier enables swift freelancer onboarding, invoicing, and payments. Pay your freelancers promptly in their respective local currencies using one simple dashboard.

We’re thrilled to let you know that we have enhanced the freelancer flow on the platform.

Platform Capabilities

Using Multiplier, you can:

  1. Onboard time-based freelancers in a few simple steps

  2. Pay all your freelancers at one go

  3. Reject invoices while notifying freelancers of the reason for rejection

  4. Get visibility of invoice and payment statuses

Onboarding Freelancers

Onboarding a freelancer on Multiplier is hassle-free.

  • For time-based freelancers, fill out basic details like the name of your freelancer, email address, job role, billing rate, and payout frequency.

  • You will then be redirected to the insurance page. You can either select or skip insurance (This is optional).

  • Once that’s done, you can either generate a contract on Multiplier or Upload your own contract.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how it works - How to onboard a Freelancer?

Managing Freelancer Invoices

The enhanced invoicing flow on Multiplier enables you to:

  • Review freelancer invoices

  • Select one or more invoices and initiate payments

  • Reject invoices by providing a reason

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how it works - How to manage Freelancer Invoices?

Paying Freelancers

Paying freelancers has now gotten simpler. With the new payment checkout flow you can:

  • Select the invoices that you approve for payments

  • Click on the Pay Now button to proceed

  • Make the payment to the given bank account

  • Copy the reference ID & paste it into the transfer notes

Once we receive the amount, we will pay your freelancer based on the Payout Date.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how it works - How to pay Freelancers?

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