What is the confirmation process?
The hiring process timeline varies, but you'll know you were hired when you receive in-app and email notification stating "Application Status: Hired!"
You may be hired days or hours in advance of the job, but the confirmation process is a system that hiring partners use to ensure they have the right number of hires attending the upcoming shift.
How do Confirmations work?
First, it is important to understand the difference between a job and a shift. When you are hired for a job, you are expected to be able to attend each shift within the job details.
You will be prompted by the Jobble app 3 days before each shift starts. If you are working a multi-day job, you will be required to confirm each shift in the job.
Here is an example of a Shift Confirmation Message in the Jobble app
As you can see in the image, you will be given the opportunity to Confirm or Decline the shift. The individual shift information is displayed on the screen. You may click the 'X' in the upper right corner, however you will be prompted to Confirm or Decline the shift again.
As noted in the messaging, if you Decline the shift, you may be removed from future shifts in the job. You will however be paid for any hours worked.
Multiple Confirmation Messages
If you are hired right before a job starts and the shifts are within 3 days from beginning, you may be prompted to confirm more than one shift at a time. Please be sure to review the information for each shift before clicking Confirm.
What happens if you Decline?
If you decline a shift, that means you’ve notified the manager that you will not be able to work. Repeatedly declining a shift may result in removal from the job. However, you remain hired to the job unless you quit the job or the manager removes you.