What to do if you are late, need to miss a day, or want to quit
When you are hired to a job, you are added to the roster and expected to attend all shifts listed in the job. Your Jobble reputation and rating is impacted by the jobs you work and it is important to understand that failing to attend a shift negatively impacts your reputation, which can have influence on your ability to get hired for future jobs.
If you cannot make the shift, you need to take the proper actions to inform your hiring manager and quit the job so you do not face the consequences associated with being labeled a No-Show.
If You Are Running Late
If you are running late to your shift, you should leave a message for your Hiring Manager via shift note. There is no guarantee that they will still need you to work if you do not arrive on time for the shift, but alerting them keeps them informed and could prevent them from marking you as a “No-Show.”
If You Cannot Work The Entire Job
If you cannot work the entirety of the single or multi-day job, you should take the following steps to quit through the Jobble app. It is recommended that you quit at least 48-hours (2 days) prior to the shift.
How to quit:
1. Log into your Jobble app
2. Navigate to the the "Shift Confirmations" page
3. Select "Decline All"
4. Select “Quit” and then confirm that you do want to quit by selecting "Yes."
Quitting notifies the hiring manager that you are removed from the roster and should not be expected to attend your shift. This will not impact past shifts you have completed (you will still be paid for the time worked) but it will remove you from all future shifts.
If You Cannot Work Part of the Job
When you apply for a job, it is expected that you will attend each shift for its entire duration. If you are hired and know you have a conflict in your schedule, you must contact your hiring manager to notify them of the conflict or decline the shift when asked to confirm. When they have that information, they will be able to tell you if you are still eligible to work the other shifts or if you should quit the job, via declining all shifts.