On-demand labor is a model that connects businesses to workers only when their work is needed. With access to labor on demand, you can staff to minimum demand levels and meet fluctuations by quickly contracting qualified workers when demand rises. This empowers your business to spend less money on guesswork by enabling fast reactions to changes in demand.
A Labor Pool is a network of independent workers familiar with your operation that can work on an as-needed basis. It is a flexible extension of your trained workforce that you build over time by rotating a mix of new and familiar workers into your operations for short periods of time.
Your Labor Pool (YLP)
This list is where you can see all the Operators in Your Labor Pool (defined above). Think of this like your favorites list, or your “bench” like in sports.
Work opportunities posted on the Veryable platform by businesses
Independent contractors using Veryable to find work opportunities
A metric representing how often an Operator shows up to Ops they’ve agreed to work
A metric showing the average rating an Operator has received from businesses after completing Ops
Adjustments are any changes in pay that can be adjusted in hours and minutes. Adjustments must be made by 11 am CT.
A Dispute means you are not going to pay the Operator for a particular reason such as not showing up
If an Operator is interested in your Op, they can submit a Bid. This is the rate (in dollars) that they are willing to perform the posted work for.
Any large number of actions that can be performed at one time such as Bulk Ratings and Bulk Postings
An Operator rescinded their Bid if they can no longer make it for any reason
An advanced algorithm that can be adjusted to fit your specific criteria that accepts Operators on your behalf into your posted Ops
Attempt to refill a spot that was not filled due to withdrawals or disputes within an Op
You can invite specific Operators to Bid on your Ops using this feature.
This is what we call the stage when your business is getting started with on-demand labor and just beginning to build a Labor Pool
This is what we call the stage when your business is building momentum with on-demand labor and getting closer to your target Labor Pool size
Work Areas are different areas within your facility that Operators can be utilized in. Some examples can include assembly and warehouse.
YLP tags are custom tags you can apply to Your Labor Pool to help you keep it organized. For example, you could tag workers as “order picking trained” or “prefers nights” so that you can keep on track toward Your Labor Pool goals.
High Volume Dashboard
This is found in your business portal under the main Dashboard tab. This is where you can view your Ops, make Adjustments/Dispute, and Rate Operators.
Our Terms of Service specifies that Operators working over 40 hours in a week (Monday-Sunday) will be eligible for Extended Pay, or 1.5x the base pay, for any time worked over 40.