Having a healthy relationship with the Customer goes a long way, especially if you want to be picked for the same location again in the future. You are your own brand, and how you represent yourself makes an impression. So here are some tips to help the Customer see what a fantastic Tasker you are!
Read all of the task's detailed instructions 🤓️
Just like Santa Claus, make sure you don't miss any details by reading everything twice! Ensure you understand what is expected of you while on the task site and follow all directions (including directions and survey submissions for unsupervised tasks).
Arrive early for your scheduled task ⏰️
A great tip is to set the alarm on your phone for when you need to leave. Make sure your phone has a full charge 🔋️ helps because you will need your phone throughout the entire task.
Be sure to only claim payment for the amount of time actually worked. If you step away outside of a breaktime, let management know. Don't take extended breaks.
Set up a great headshot and profile message 📸️
Show off that fantastic smile and let the Customer know a little about yourself. Click 👉️ here for more great tips.
Follow the dress code 👔️
Remember, you are your own brand. Looking professional and following the dress code makes a big impression on the customers. Click 👉️ here to learn more!
Cancel any task you can't make it to ✍️
Life happens, and sometimes you may not be able to make it to a task. It is imperative that you MUST cancel at least 6 hours in advance to avoid a breach of your account. Send the Customer a quick message in the chat on why you can't make it helps them understand your situation, and then cancel the task. Click 👉️ here to learn more.
Making sure that you are kind and respectful to store employees and store patrons goes a long way. Being unprofessional, argumentative, or not accepting feedback on how you are working is noticed and reported by the Customer and may mean the Customer will not select you again for tasks in the future. Unprofessionalism may also cause your account to receive a breach, and your account becoming restricted on the platform.