Once the job has been accepted between the employer and grafter it is over to you to get the work completed successfully. The Project will remain in your Dashboard in the ‘Accepted’ status so you can find the details again and make/receive payments for the job.
Because the Review and Ratings system is used to validate the quality of both the employers and grafter, it is important that the project is completed satisfactorily by both parties. Otherwise you may get a bad review and find it harder to get future work or grafters for future projects.
Here are a few pointers to help make sure the work goes smoothly:
Before You Start
As a grafter, before you start grafting:
- Ensure that the start times and location are agreed and understood (use the Messaging service to do so)
- Ensure that you're clear on any necessary work clothes, tools and materials you need to take to the job
- If required by the employer, ensure that you take the necessary identification, paperwork and licences
- Take your phone and ensure that you have Grafter open so the employer can contact you
- Conduct yourself with dignity and do a great job!
Tools and Equipment
It’s down to the employer to confirm but as a rule of thumb, you shouldn't be expected to bring anything other than sensible work clothes relevant to the job.
It’s down to the employer to confirm but usually 8 am to 4 pm or 9 am to 5 pm with an unpaid hour lunch break but you can agree different hours through the Chat service. Make sure that you agree the start time via Chat to avoid any misunderstandings.
Employers don't need to pay for travel time unless this has been specifically agreed between you. All grafters have specified the area where they are prepared to work under their profile and so they should be able to get to the job under their own steam.
Remember, it is your responsibility to comply with the law, if you are a grafter this includes ensuring that you are entitled and eligible to work. This includes, but is not limited to, relevant residency and work permit requirements. Employers may want to check these before the grafter starts the work. There may also be tax implications which need to be considered depending on your circumstances
Health and Safety
The employer is responsible for Health and Safety when employing grafters and needs to make sure relevant HSE measures are followed. If the grafter is unhappy with the Health and Safety measured employed they should take it up with the employer directly
If you have any questions please feel free to contact our support team at Grafter Support