We’re improving your Get Workers experience by introducing Business and Personal Mode.
When we first launched Get Workers, we weren’t sure how we would categorize the bulk of our staffing requests. Would users source workers for shift Gigs on short notice, supplement their staffing during peak seasons, or hire local home improvement pros? Turns out, it was all of the above.
GigSmart’s Get Workers app connects you to workers anywhere in the U.S. so you can fill your unique hiring needs on a per-Gig basis. In order to better tailor the experience to your needs and ensure you get matched with the right workers, we’re asking: where are you looking for help — at home or at work?
This enhancement will give you more control over your hiring experience and your payment options. Your selection will help separate your personal Gigs from your business Gigs, allowing us to better serve your staffing requests.
When you select At Work, you will be prompted to fill out your organization name and industry, and you’ll be using the app in Business Mode. Business Mode allows you to connect an Organization Profile, corporate credit cards, and business email address to your Get Workers account so you can manage your business Gigs and easily track their related expenses.
Note, users who have previously filled out an Organization Profile will automatically be in Business Mode, and no further action is required.
When in Business Mode, Gig posts you create and publish will display to workers from the organization you have listed in your Organization Profile. This gives workers a better understanding of the company they will be completing work for.
Multiple Payment Methods Now Supported
In addition, you’ll be able to add multiple credit cards to your account and set a default credit or debit card for payment. This allows you to clearly distinguish between your business and personal payment methods. You can easily select the card you’d like to use for payment before posting a Gig so that you can allocate payment the way your business requires it.
We know businesses need an easy way to pay workers and keep track of total spending. We’re working hard to add new features that will provide our Business users with detailed payment reporting information tied to their completed Gigs.
Many companies, like Travelers Haven, DoorDash, 7-Eleven, Marco’s Pizza, and Airhead Sports Group use Get Workers to source and hire skilled labor for their businesses. The top skills requested for Gigs created in Business Mode include general labor, construction, warehousing, delivery drivers, and retail.
Switching from Business Mode to Personal Mode
If you’re in Business Mode, your home screen and profile screens make it easy for you to see your current mode and switch to Personal Mode. Simply select Switch Modes. Doing so makes it easy to keep your Business Gigs and your Personal Gigs and payments separate.
While many businesses use Get Workers to hire temporary workers for their company, it is equally convenient to use Get Workers to tackle all of your residential or personal requests. The top skills requested for Gigs created At Home include landscaping, house cleaning, handyman services, yard work, and moving help.
As a user who wants to use Get Workers at home, when you select At Home, your account will default to Personal Mode. This will happen in the background and the account mode settings will not be visible to you. All Gig posts you create and publish will display to workers from your name, not an organization. You’ll still be able to add multiple personal payment types to your account.
Switching from Personal Mode to Business Mode
As you get more familiar with the Get Workers app, you might discover ways it can benefit your business. If you would like to post Gigs on behalf of a company, you can create an Organization Profile to activate Business Mode. Doing so will give you the ability to post Gigs from your organization, not you individually. Once activated, you’ll be able to easily switch between Business Mode and Personal Mode from your home screen or profile screen.
New to GigSmart? Download the Get Workers app and create a free account before selecting whether you’d like to use the app at home or at work so you can start hiring accordingly.