Why Over-hiring for Gigs is Your Key to Success

Starting to engage with the gig economy can be intimidating. You’ll have to consider hiring workers you have no history with. Your decisions will be based on a gig worker’s reputation (stars, reviews, experience, etc). With a brand new pool of applicants, it’s inevitable that you’ll experience a “No Call, No Show” or a “No…

What to Consider in Your Job Application Process

There are several types of job searches, from the casual browse to the desperate “pray and spray” method. When you’re looking for income, it may be tempting to keep your options wide open. This works for some job seekers but it might not be the best path for you. Take your time in your job…

How to Effectively Communicate Job Details in Your Post

Avoid applicant information overload by making deliberate communication decisions.   Take the time to think about what you present to job applicants and what you exclusively share with your hired team. All of the information may be important, but the time you share those details can have an impact on comprehension and understanding. If you…

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

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

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

“What’s your Uber rating?” We’ve all been there. The moment you launch your app, navigate to the corner of your screen, and hope your rating is higher than the person who just asked. Whether it was an epic coffee spill or a 45-minute phone call with aunt Debbie, your perfect 5.0 has now transitioned to…

How to Address Employment Gaps with Hiring Companies

A few generations ago, it was common to see someone settle into their career and spend the majority of their working years at the same company, maybe even in the same role. It used to be seen as a sign of loyalty and stability. Nowadays, it’s more common to see resumes with multiple jobs for…

New Essential Jobs Are Here | The Gig Economy Roundup

  Digital Screening & the Rise of the ‘Interactive Job Interview’ Jobble The sudden shift in hiring demand and practices is unprecedented and businesses need to pivot quickly to adapt. These two practices can help you quickly sort and source workers in an efficient and digital process and even have them on-site next-day.    …

How To Fill Up Your Work Schedule (Without Overbooking)

When you open the Jobble app, you hold hundreds of different job opportunities in the palm of your hand. With endless possibilities, the board can be a little overwhelming. It’s easy to get caught up in applications and coordinating dates but it’s important to keep yourself organized so you can fill your schedule with flexible…

From a Jobbler: How I turned a gig into my full time job

The rise of the gig economy is allowing workers to expand their networks and make those one-time jobs into something more. How do I know this works? Well, I started as a Jobbler in 2015 and, after some steady gigs, earned a permanent position with Jobble’s HQ in 2019. Whether you are a full time…

How to Get (and Stay) Prepared for Your Shift

It’s hard to describe the thrill and pride you feel when you open an email that says ‘You’re Hired!’ First, there’s excitement for a new opportunity you’ve now gained access to. Then, there’s pride because you were selected from a pool of other applicants. But after, maybe there’s a little bit of nervousness as you…