Hi, this might be a super naive question - but I don’t get what “remote” actually entails (besides not working in an office)
Let’s take an example:
This says that the job is “100% remote (anywhere)” and is from a NYC based company.
Let’s say I am a Snowflake developer based in Sri Lanka and I do not have the right to work in the US.
Let’s take 4 different examples:
- I have never been to the US and may never actually go to the US
- I am currently in the US employed by a different company but require a H1B sponsorship from Clever to officially work for them and stay in the US
- I am not currently in the US but may want to move to the US to work for Clever
- I have a Green Card/US Citizenship - so no worries here
Out of these 4 options which option does “100% remote (anywhere)” actually mean? I am guessing only Option (1) - but happy to get your thoughts.
Bonus q (Optional): If it is indeed option 1) Does the employer loose out on Tax benefits/etc by employing someone from a different country if it’s a 100% remote gig?