All the shift information provided by the business is outlined in the shift card, including:

Basic details

You’ll immediately know what type of shift it is (e.g., server, bartender, back of house, or miscellaneous), and the date/time of the shift.

Compensation rate (including tips)

Since each business independently determines the rate they’re paying for the shift(s) they post, each shift has a different hourly rate. That being said, Qwick ensures that all shift rates reflect a fair and livable wage. You’ll see the hourly pay rate, length of shift, and an estimated total compensation for all of your matches before you claim a shift. Additionally, some shifts include tips, which is notated underneath the rate section on the shift card. Shift tips will either be paid in cash or through the Qwick app, depending on the Business preference. Check out this FAQ if you have additional questions about tips.


While descriptions always differ from business to business, they typically include the type of event and how many people are attending it; the type of freelancer and best-fitting characteristics; what to bring (e.g., water or lunch); who to ask for when you arrive; how the day is going to run; and any other relevant information given by the business.


While the location varies based on the shift, a specific address is always included.


Parking is determined by the business, and specific parking directions are likely included in the arrival instructions. At the very least, they'll indicate whether parking is free, paid/reimbursable, or paid/not reimbursable.


Required shift attire is determined by the business and is placed in the attire section of the shift. However, if this is not specified, a guide to common attire includes:

  • Front of House - Black button-up shirt, black pants, and black non-slip shoes.

  • Back of House - Black pants, shirt color specified by business, and black non-slip shoes.

  • Chefs/Cooks - Chef's jacket, chefs pants, hat/cap/wrap, and non-slip shoes.

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