. We are pleased at your interest in having a career with ROGEE
. As with our entire workforce, we want you to become a successful individual within the ROGEE
workspace ecosystem and, therefore, we have setup this ''Career Application Process'' page to give you the recommended steps you should follow to increase your chances of landing the ROGEE
Glossary of Terms:
Wherever you find the terms below within the ROGEE®
ecosystem, in particular, at the ''Careers with ROGEE®
'' section of our website, their meanings will be as defined below:
1. Digital Nomads
Nomad -- dictionary definition
-- a member of a people that have no permanent abode, but moves about from place to place, usually seasonally and often following a traditional route according to the state of the pasturage, [work], or food supply.
Digital nomad -- ROGEE definition
-- a business professional who has no permanent, single, or stationary workplace, but uses telecommunications technologies to work remotely from any location with Internet connectivity to get work tasks done.
The three types of workers that existing in most businesses are: employees, volunteers, and independent contractors (IndieCons). An Independent Contractor (IndieCon) is an individual or company (the vendor) who provides services for another company (the customer), in a business working relationship.
- Controls his/her own independent work location
- Controls his/her works hours, independently
- Provides his/her own equipment and tools
- Controls the degree of relationship with the customer
- Determine his/her own financial profit potential
- Generally provides same or similar service for other customers
- Pays taxes directly to government agencies for payments from customer
''Work From Home-ers'' (WFH-ers) are employees, volunteers, or independent contractors who work on a temporary or permanent basis from their place of residence. Along with working from home, many WFH-ers are Digital Nomads as they take their work along on trips and/or during their day-to-day errands in their local communities.