If you received an email notifying you that you were marked as a No Show, it means that the hiring manager has reported to Jobble that you did not attend your shift.

There are several processes in place to help hiring managers know that you are available and planning on working your shift. By taking these following steps, you are entering an agreement with the hiring manager:

  • Applying for the Job
  • Being hired for the Job
  • Confirming the Job

We highly recommend that Jobblers contact their hiring managers if they think they could be late or unable to attend a shift.

If you received a No Show mark and were at your shift or gave ample notice to your hiring manager, you can email the Jobble Support team at: community@jobble.com

You will be asked to provide:

  • Your full name
  • Your Jobble account email address
  • The company you worked for
  • The shift(s) you worked
  • Why you believe the No Show should not apply

A Jobble Support team member will then assist you.

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