How Long Does It Take to Get Paid? | The Gig Economy Roundup

By Julia Ryder
May 11, 2020


How to Earn Your Stars and Take Control of Your Gig Economy Score


If you own a business or you’re in charge of hiring, you’ve probably experienced your fair share of employee no-shows. And if you’re someone who wears many hats, the repercussions can take you away from other important managerial responsibilities. The next time you post a job, use this as a guide to ensure the people you expect to show up, actually show up.





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Job Description: Multiple openings in for the aisle persons, freezer, and receiving departments! Responsible for assisting customers with transfer of merchandise can be from one cart to another or loading into a customer’s vehicle. Maintain the parking lot clean and organized.


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How Long Does It Take to Get Paid?


Your know your job has officially ended when you receive the email titled, “Update: You’ve Completed a Job!” This means your manager is now going to review the timesheets, check-in and check-out information, and prepare to submit payments. Here is what the typical payment process looks like.


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