IMHO Reviews Toptal: Discusses Whether Toptal Is A Good Platform For Hiring Freelancers in 2022
Aventura, Florida -
Toptal, an online network for freelancers and companies, is known for its complex screening process when it comes to hiring talents. In the latest article, IMHO Reviews explains how Toptal works and discusses whether it is worth it paying extra money to hire freelancers for remote or on-site work.
"Toptal is a popular website for hiring talents. It was founded more than ten years ago and has quickly become one of the fastest-growing freelance marketplaces. Their 5-step screening process ensures that only the top experts are able to offer their services on the platform, and that what makes the company different from other freelance companies," said Vitaliy Lano, the owner of IMHO Reviews.
According to the article, it is very hard for freelancers to get into Toptal, and only 3% of all applicants pass all five stages of the screening process, which includes English language and communication skills test, skill review, live screening, and a test project.
"Hiring an expert online can be a nightmare. If you end up with an unqualified freelancer, it can cost you a lot of time and money. This is why so many companies prefer Toptal over other services: even though you pay more, you get much better results in a shorter period of time," added Vitaliy.
The IMHO Reviews article describes the process of hiring a freelancer on Toptal as being easy and straightforward. The companies only need to tell what kind of talent they are looking for, and Toptal does the rest. Once they find a match - this process can take as little as 24 hours - they set up an interview between a freelancer and a company, and then a 2-week trial begins. If a client is not satisfied with a freelancer, they can choose not to hire him after the trial period without being charged.
"Toptal's freelancers are top experts, many of them used to work for companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon before joining the platform. That explains why 93% of Toptal clients hire the first freelancer they interview. But even if they are not satisfied with a person they got matched with, they can move forward with another free trial," said Vitaliy.
Toptal's freelancers are divided into several categories - Project Managers, Product Managers, Front-end Developers, Back-end Developers, Finance Experts, Quality Assurance, and Designers. Their hourly rates depend on different factors, but the average prices are between $60 and $120 an hour. Most Toptal experts work remotely, but there is also an option of bringing experts to work on-site in the office. The article explains, that even though the prices are somewhat high, the quality of work that gets done is much better compared to other freelance websites, and unlike recruiting companies, Toptal doesn't charge their clients any recruiting or termination fees. There is an initial deposit of $500, but it is either applied towards a first invoice or fully refundable in case a client decides not to hire a freelancer after a trial period.
Toptal's clients' list includes both big-name companies like Airbnb, Udemy, Gucci, and Priceline, and smaller startup businesses like Sidekick, Bluedrop, and WorkRamp. Toptal's experts offer services like Artificial Intelligence Development, Blockchain Development, Business Consulting, Cryptocurrency Development, iOS Development, Mobile App Development, Product Design, SQL Server, UX Design Services, Web Design, and more.
"If you need someone who will do creative work for you, like music or photography, then it's better to look elsewhere, on sites like Fiverr or Upwork that are better for these kinds of services. But if you want to hire developers and finance experts, then Toptal is the best platform for that," explained Vitaliy.
For more information about Toptal rates and company policies, check out the IMHO Reviews article.
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